1. AMD Sirleaf Books @Blacology.com
v ECOWAS -Conflict Management in Liberia
v African Liberation
v Visionary Liberian Leader - 2005
v President William Richard Tolbert
v Post-Cold War Analysis of ECOWAS\ECOMOG Conflict
v Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Rehabilitation, Reconciliation And Peace
v Necessity for Blacology
2. BLACOLOGY BOOKS written by Blacologizt Profesa Xrozz
v Brief Introduction to Blacology
v Black Solidarity and the Awareness of Institutional Racism
v Black Politics and the Extent of Black Voting Power
v Introduction to Blacology
v Blacological Lexicon
v Cultural Affirmation and Blacology
v Blacology Dissertation: Evolution of Ntalextuwl Cultural ZcyNzz
Written by Blacologizt Profesa Xrozz, UBZD
If one wants to know what is the location of Ntalextuwl Thult that Blacology comes out of? It was founded in BlacAfrican Culture and particularly in the BlacThult of Cultural Autonomy. The origin of this Cultural Nahlej was the study of my own BlacExperience and BlacStoriography. The Ntalextuwl Thult in which Blacology comes out of is the BlacPower and BlacConsciousness Movements of the 1960s in which BlacHistory evolved from in the BlacDiaspora within the United States. When you talk about a location in Ntalextuwl Thult and you do not consider BlacCulture you are insinuating intellectual segregation.
This book is written to show the evolution of the Black Experience into Blacological Thought and the manifestation of the conceptual ideal of Blacology ultimately into a Cultural Science. This is a collection of articles on Black writers who deal with issues that help to define and explain the progression to Blacological thought and the development of Blacology. Blacological is thought that is of, from by, for, and about Black/African people and there culture.
Black Solidarity and the Awareness of Institutional Racism
At this stage in research of Blacology, I was beginning to distinguish what was European or Blacological. I was a student in Sociology. I was limited by the topic of the classroom or the subject in which the professors gave to the class. But I could express my Blacological opinion in the class discussions and on the subjects given by the instructors. As I stated before the topics were the rain and the Black University was the ground in which the seed of Blacology was implanted.
This research is to help in the development of Blacological Research and Thought. It is necessary for the Black Scholars to conduct research that is a product of their experiences and culture. The need for the Black Zcholarz to utilize their own cultural Nahlej is essential to the growth and the development of their Ntalextuwl capacity.
The Introduction to Blacology
A collection class assignments and articles on Black and white writers who deal with issues that help to define and explain the progression to Blacological thought and the development of Blacology. Blacological is thought that is of, from by, for, and about Black/African people and there culture. This thought was developed during the area of Black captivity, segregation, Jim Crow, and apartheid. This book is written to show the evolution of the Black experience into Blacological thought and the manifestation of the conceptual ideal of Blacology ultimately into a Cultural Science.
In the past centuries there was no field of study founded, owned, and operated by BlacZcholarz to manufacture and maintain their autonomous Cultural Nahlej, until the development of Blacology. In the establishment of the Ntalextuwl Cultural ZcyNzz Blacology, one may be able to distinguish and identify a Blacological Research or Blacology by the capitalization of the first letter of all words that are associated with Blacology (i.e. Black People, Black Culture, Black Woman, Black Man, Black Youth, Blacology, and Blacological etc).
Research to develop the cultural science of Blacology
This is the beginning of a scientific research to develop the cultural science of Blacology. This research is to develop a conscious level for a Blacological science. This science is being developed and researched so that Black people will be able to develop for themselves a means of affirming their cultural knowledge and also be able to make contributions into the world of interdisciplinary Science.
BlacAfrican Culture in the BlacDiaspora
This dissertation studied BlacAfrican Culture in the BlacDiaspora within the United States from 1962 to 2006 A.D. in Eurological-Time, in order to establish the evolution of Blacology a Ntalextuwl Cultural ZcyNzz. In the Blacological-Time it would be 173 to 216R.E. The study has been conducted in four cities or areas of large BlacPopulation in the United States such as Chicago, Illinois Southside Englewood area, Dallas Texas South Oak Cliff area, Washington, D.C., and Prince George County, Maryland. This study was also conducted in the urban, suburban, and rural BlacPopulation.
This book highlights part of academic journey for Dr. Amos Mohammed DeIuxe” Sirleaf but perhaps more than that, it speaks to the level of his commitment to his native homeland. Liberia and the truth about its tumultuous past. In detail. Dr. Sirleaf analyzes all perspectives of the civil conilict in Liberia and seeks to give practical solutions to a country besieged by civil war. This study identifies and analyzes the historical forces and factors responsible for the present situation in Liberia. and the role of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in resolving the conflict.
ECOWAS-ECOMOG FROM CONFLIC TO POST-CONFLICT MEDIATION, MANAGEMENT, AND RESOLUTION IN LIBERIA::SOME THEORIES, APPLICATIONS, AND TRANSFOMATION.
ABSTRACT: Conflict is an increasing threat to national, international, regional , community, and neighborhood security and a major challenge to development. It is significant to acknowledge that civii conflict has impoverished countries in every major region of the world, with specific emphasis on Africa. Civil Conflict has wiped out the achievements of decades of economic and social development
Tribute To MA-MASSAH DORLEY SIRLEAF
This book is dedicated to the memories of my mother, Ma-Massah Dorley Sirleaf. Ma-Massah Dorley Sirleaf departed this earth, yet survives this earth on May 26, 2007, at approximately 4:00 a.m. in her own home town of Kpakoloquoyata — Dehyah Town, Salala, Lower Bong County Liberia, West Africa. This book is dedicated to Ma-Massah Dorley Sirleaf and the women and the Liberian people she left behind for her son to love and respect. As a commissioner she is taking patrol in heaven.
Post-Cold War Analysis of ECOWAS\ECOMOG Conflict Management and Resolution in Africa: A Case of the Liberian Civil Conflict: A 21st Century Africa/African-Americans-Civil Conflict Management and Resolution Dimension.
Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Rehabilitation
We are now on the threshold of post conflict development that could become major sea change in Liberia. We can also say that when there is tab in the affairs of man, which, when taken in the flood, leads to fortune, and when omitted in all the voyage of their life, bounds to shallow and miseries.
This is a Tribute to those who came Before Us
The Black Race, The African Continent and The Ultimate Necessity for The Development of Black Cultural Science (BLACOLOGY) - The 21st Century African System of Thought. By Amos M.D. Sirleaf, Ph.D., Professor and Vice President “Blacology” A Cultural Science Research and Development Institute, Inc.
President William R. Talbert
This book highlights part of political, and BlacAfrican Cultural and academic Journey for Dr. Amos Mohammed “Deluxe” Sirleaf PhD but perhaps more than that, it speaks to the level of his truthfulness and sincerity of commitment to his native homeland, Liberia and the truth about its tumultuous past.
In detail, Dr. Sirleaf analyzes some theoretical and empirical perspectives of President William Richard Tolbert’s political, spiritual, and humanistic and ethno-cultural diversity of the BlacAfrican people in general, and the Liberian people in particular. He Died Before His Plans Were Realized: President Tolbert: A Political Crisis of good Governance and Leadership vacuum in Liberia: 1980-2003(Paperback - 2005-11-11).