Blacology emerged out of second century revolutionary, emancipated, and independent BlacAfrican Culture. It was coined 157 years after European slavery and 27 years after Western colonialism. The first Blacological research was done 163 years after captivity by Professor Walter Cross, Sr. According to European history, it would be the years 1982 to 1988 A.D.
Professor Cross is a graduate of Bishop College and Prairie View A & M University where he met Dr. A.M.D. Sirleaf. Professor Cross is now a Ph.D. candidate at Howard University and conducting a Dissertation on the development of Blacology.
As the Creator and the Ancestors would have it, the unity of both Professor Cross and Dr. Sirleaf is the fate and prophesy of their heritage. It is said, birds of a feather flock together.
Professor Sirleaf is a graduate of Prairie View A & M University and is also a Ph.D. in African Studies from Howard University with a concentration in Blacological Research and Liberian Civil Conflict.
Dr. Sirleaf is also an International Conflict Resolution Analyst and the first Blacologist to receive a Ph.D. in Black Cultural Science in May 1999.
Prior to Professor Cross' conception of Blacology, its coming was prophesied by BlacScholars, historians, and writers. It is said that before wisdom comes, there will be prophesy.
Blacology manifested itself in the 20th Century of European cultural supremacy by the son of an ex-slave. This is proper and fitting that from the struggles of a people comes the science of cultural redemption.
It is also said that a people without vision will perish. Blacology gives vision to a people who has struggled and from struggle comes growth.