(PRWEB) September 30, 2011
With a bold and captivating thesis, visionary author Andrew Wutawunashe invites his readers to survey a ground – breaking blueprint for a bright, positive, self –assured, restored and reinvented Africa whose historically, albeit involuntarily bequeathed address is no longer limited to the African Continent, but to the adopted lands of The Americas, Europe, the Islands –indeed the whole world.
His book, Dear Africa, carefully paints a sustainable African Dream that nurses not hurts, regrets or excuses. Instead, it invites its readers to elect a path that propels Black People gloriously upward from the painful past and on to a bold creation of a vibrant and competitive land and community whose boundless opportunity, wealth and potential are open to all its people. This mission is powered by the Black person’s unapologetic celebration of his own identity which propels him to the place where all things become possible. This because the African remembers with pride who he is, and within an African Dream, achieves, owns and prospers without apology, as other races do. He broadcasts his superior values in exactly the same manner other races broadcast theirs – and thus makes his destined and unique contribution to the nations.
Wutawunashe showcases the potential of Africa and of Black People everywhere, offering a wealth of examples, mainly from the great African visionaries of the past and present on the Continent and in the African Diaspora. He draws from their exploits and utterances to escalate his rallying call to action in the cause of self-empowerment and actualization.
With engaging clarity, this book challenges Africans, all of whom have variously historically suffered the degradations of multi-faceted plunder through colonization, dispossession, enslavement and forcible re-location, to come into their own and claim the proceeds of the African Dream. In agitating for Black People to allow their beautiful traditions to bloom and in propelling Africans everywhere towards a new era of bold action, Wutawunashe’s invigorating and compelling literary work claims a prominent place among the most important treatises from Africa’s thought leaders on Africa’s place in the world to come.
Dear Africa is a must-read for anyone, for every race and for every kind of individual, who wants to benefit from the power of an eloquent and knowledgeable primary source, incredibly transforming his world.
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About the Author
Andrew Wutawunashe is an articulate proponent of African identity and renaissance who has become a well-known voice on several platforms, both in his native Africa and abroad.
A philosopher and cleric of note, he is renowned for his forthrightness in challenging Black People to study their own history and to learn its lessons- the better to map their way forward and to advance themselves on all fronts, social, spiritual, economic, political and other. He considers recovery of true foundations to be critical in any assessment of self-worth by any race or individual.
He has travelled widely on speaking engagements worldwide, and apart from positively impacting other racial groups, has connected with Black communities all over Africa and other parts of the world.
He has earned the attention of the ear of all echelons of society, from the man in the street to student, intellectual and professional bodies, to church congregations, to political and national leadership. His outreach as a motivational speaker and a cleric has touched many lives of all races on all continents and his counsel is much sought after in Africa and elsewhere. He is a passionate proponent of African Nationhood – the ultimate unity , acknowledgement and expression of a common identity and destiny by African people everywhere. He can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Africa* by Andrew Wutawunashe
The Call of the African Dream
Publication Date: September 28, 2011
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 171 pages; 978-1-4653-0377-6
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