Final Bibliographic Essay
This bibliography deals with the authors, writers, and materials that inspired the conception, growth, development, and evolution of the Ntalextuwl Cultural ZcyNzz of Blacology. These are the materials that I read that were like the water, fertilizer, and foundation in this Blacological Research. This bibliography also reflects BlacZcholarz ideas and their influence on the evolution of Blacology into an Ntalextuwl Cultural ZcyNzz. References to BlacAfrican Ntalextuwl Studies such as Black Nationalism, Pan Africanism, Negro History, Negritude, Black History, Black Studies, Afrocentricity, African American Studies, Africalogy, Africology, African-Centered Education, other Cultural Studies and Blacology can be found in the articles and books listed here. Some of the writings that were influential or relate to some of the experiences and concepts that influenced Blacology are also included. These are some of the materials in which I have research and study at HBCU, Black Public Schools, Radio, Television, Libraries, Black Book Stores, and on the Internet in the development of Blacology from 1962 to 2005 a total of 43 years. We are currently compiling an extensive bibliography containing several hundred references to BlacAfrican Ntalextuwl Studies. As Blacologist we are encourage to contribute to the on going research and study of Blacology. Blacological Research has revealed that the BlacAfrican Culture is so vast and so wide that you can not learn it or know all of it in 1 year, 10 years, 50 years, or 100 years. If you are aware of publications in other languages that reference Blacology and other Ntalextuwl Studies please send us an email at CulturalScience@cs.com and go to BLACOLOGY.COM for contact with references or information.
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