The name Afromerica was created in reference to Black people living in America today and the generations of Blacks who built this nation from its foundation. For that reason, we claim as much right to this country as any other nation of people living here.
- Afromerica is an outreach of Angry Moon Productions. The Afromerica Domain is Black-Owned and Operated.
- Services include: Information Outreach | Consulting | Web Design & Hosting.
- Location: Richmond, VA.
Afromerica is a social-cultural think tank organized mainly for the purpose of educating and enlightening Black-America. We believe that the masses of Black-America make up the majority of the Black population in the United States and are exceedingly underrepresented and misrepresented by people who fear the truth.
You can sponsor Afromerica by donating to us for the purpose of supporting our causes. Contact us via email for how to donate.
Below are three causes that Afromerica actively support and are currently engaged in fighting. If either of these causes are ones that you would like to fight for, then please donate so we can continue the fight.
- The School-to-Prison Pipeline - Free to Learn Project
- Military Blackout Movement - Learn More
- Freeing Black America from mental slavery - The Gospel of Liberation
CR Hamilton is the chief editor and domain administrator for Afromerica. Please use the contact page above if you have any comments or questions.
Certified Network Administrator and Webadmin of the Afromerica Domain
Profile: C. Royce Hamilton is an analyst of Sociology in Religious and Social Structure and Organization. After a ten year devotion to the study of and experiences in religious tradition, family structure, and racial assimilation in America, he authored the profoundly enlightening and controversial doctrinal book entitled Contender: A Defense Against False Prophets and Doctrine, in which he explicates how today's modern church has espoused the diminishing cultural values of society.
Schooled in the biblical principles of natural law in areas of humanity, political theory, societal development, and ethnic and gender relations, CR Hamilton speaks for the oppressed against the oppressive. He is originally from the urban west side of Detroit, Michigan, graduated from the Detroit public school system, and afterward traveled to and lived in urban cities of the south, west, and currently eastern part of the nation. Throughout his travels, he has studied the religious, social, and cultural structure of America and is here to report to society what things they should know.