The Story Grandpa Told

The Story Grandpa Told is a time stamp from thousands of years B. C.
to the 21st Millenium A. D.

The Story Grandpa Told of American and World African Legends and Culture

About The Author

Tyrone A. Ash is a graduate of Southern Illinois University with a B.A. Degree in Government. He specialized in Systems Development with a Black Studies minor. Working at the Black American Studies Department, he studied under infamous historians who taught at the University.

He is a native of the Bahamas. He grew up in the Liberia community of Hollywood, Florida. Tell the story of the Diaspora was a childhood desire of his. His desire is now fulfilled with this story.

Our Story

"Tell the Story of the Diaspora to Our People: Knowledge is Power"

The Story Grandpa Told of American and World African Legends and Culture

Why You Need this Book ?

  1. This book is a personal and home reference of the dark man of the world from the beginning of civilization ... to the most despised man in the world ... to the most powerful man in the world ... all this information included in one story.
  2. This book answers the question of Margaret Burroughs, a poet, when she asked in her poem "What Shall I Tell My Child Who Is Black"?
  3. This book fulfills the passion of a highly notable historians, Arthur Schomburg, "we need a collection or a list of books... where are storytellers...teach our people our own history".
  4. This book aids in helping to know the truth about who you are and where you came from (History) so you know where you are going.

Projects

The Goal of our projects are to provide people from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds quality information about the contributions and overall history of those from the African Diaspora.

The main project for the month of November includes a panel of experts who specialize in African American History. This broadcast will be available to the public on the internet at no cost to the attendee. We hope you particpate!

1. Project One

Don't make something unless it is both necessary and useful; but if it is both necessary and useful, don't hesitate to make it beautiful.

What is to be sought in designs for the display of information is the clear portrayal of complexity. Not the complication of the simple; rather the task of the designer is to give visual access to the subtle and the difficult - that is, revelation of the complex.

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2. Project Two

Conference title-Recognition of 2011 as the "International Year for People of African Descent" dedicated by the United Nations.

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3. Project Three

Featured Article on Black News.com

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Book Order

The Story GrandPa Told of American & World African Legends & Culture Provides the reader with:


More than 400 biographies of chiefs, kings, pharaohs, leaders, artist, doctors, educators, and ordinary people who have made extra-ordinary contributions

Information on more than 150 countries on every continent including United States, Africa, Bahamas, Jamaica, Caribbean, Asia, Russia, Canada, South America, China, Europe, etc...

Coverage of cultural, religious, and many life experiences of the dark man; and an index with two parts consisting of publications, songs, music, plays, poems, books, art, movies, speeches, etc ... and listings of individuals, occupations, inventions, and quotes.

Softback sales price is $29.95 plus S&H of $4.50 for a total of $34.45

Hardback sales price is $37.95 plus S&H of $4.50 for a total of $42.45

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