Stanford Lewis
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Stanford Lewis is the author of The Falsification and Fabrication of Ancient Egypt 3400 BCE TO 500 BCE: A Survey of the Literature which analyzes the arguments for a White origin of ancient Egypt and compares and contrasts them against the position of African-centered scholarship which argues that the ancient Egyptians were Black published by Four G Publishers, 2002. He has published articles in The Western Journal of Black Studies, Chicken Bones: A Journal, and Femficatio. His work is cited in the book, Pan African Nationalism in the Americas: The Life and Times of John Henrik Clarke, (11-19) published by Africa World Press, 2004.

Currently, Stanford Lewis is Professor of Old Testament at the Tennessee School of Religion in Memphis. He is a graduate of Fisk University, Cornell University, and Harvard Divinity School.

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Works on TimBookTu by Stanford Lewis


An Open Letter to Black and Progressive Minded People
Flashes of Racism
The Moral and Cognitive Failure of Elite White Men
Radical Abolitionists and the African Origins of the American Civil War Cause Lincoln to Free the Slaves
The Dismantling of W.E.B. Du Bois’ Spiritual Legacy by Contemporary Scholars
Theological Terrorism: The Theft of African Biblical Culture
Three Great Lives Compared, Contrasted and Analyzed: Martin, Gandhi and Malcolm


The Resurrection of the Spirit of Malcolm X: A Review of Manning Marable’s Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention

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