Oct 24, 2021


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Welcome to TransAtlantic Productions with over 30,000 hours of footage, it's the
largest archive of African and African American History on Video Tape


To provide informative content of African Peoples contributions to world history and their development of civilization. To provide an archive of African centered researchers, historians, scientists, lecturers and activists. To use its 30,000 hours of research and documentation to structure a chronological overview of African history from the origins of humanity, to issues and events of today.

The benefits of such an archive to both African people and the world are profound. First, it will change the way African people see themselves and second, it will change the way the world sees African people.

Perception is critical to how we see and treat one another. Perception has a profound impact on what we believe and therefore, what we believe we can and cannot do. Perception has a direct relationship with two primary components - Images and Information. Whoever controls the images and the information, control the perception.

Because of the enslavement of African people, they lost their names, their language, their nationhood, their history, and the confidence of their own ability. They were forbidden to speak in their language or practice their own culture. Over time, they were taught by their enslavers that they had no history and that they were inferior to white people. They were severely punished if they were caught trying to read or write. Yet, in spite of the enslavement and oppression, African people made profound contributions to every aspect of the development and growth of America. Not only did Africans provide the free labor to build this country, but Benjamin Banneker, an African American was key in the design of the White House and the design of Washington DC as a city. Africans made great contributions in all areas of modern scientific development. The filament of the first Light bulb was designed by Lewis Latimer. Refrigeration, Medicine, Aerospace, Electronics, Automotive design, etc., Black people have made contributions to every fabric of American technology. Black soldiers fought and died in every war in American History. In fact, the first blood shed for this country was the blood of Crispis Attucks, whose death at the hands of British soldiers led to the American Revolutionary War of 1776. Furthermore, America would not be America as we know it, had it not been for the 230,000 African Slaves and Freemen who joined the Union Army from the North, which brought about the defeat of the Confederate troops of the South.

It is because African history has been distorted and in all too many cases, omitted and falsified, that there is a critical need in particular at this point in history to make that correction.

When white children walk among the massive skyscrapers of New York City, they look up and see the great engineering of these structures, and they say "Look what my forefathers did!" They are inspired, motivated, and instilled with confidence that they too can accomplish the same. For an African child to be aware of the great contributions of his ancestors, it would have the same inspiring benefit of confidence and motivation as the white child who sees and is taught the legacy of his ancestors.

There is not one thought that is in the world today that was not contemplated by our African forefathers - What is life? What is Death? How do we live together in peace and prosperity? Not only did Africans seek answers to every question imaginable, they found answers that brought about the spoken word, the mother tongue of all languages. They were the first to create art, music, science, mathematics, internal medicine, government, law, engineering, animal husbandry and the mortuary sciences. They were the first to adorn themselves with cosmetics and the first to cultivate cotton and adorn themselves with diverse fashions of clothing. These are the people who brought forth the natural sciences including biology, chemistry, physics and astronomy. Most significantly, they invented the art of writing. Every alphabet used today is based on those created by the Ancient Egyptians.

Some monuments which stand to the credit of Ancient Africans include:

" The massive Pyramid complex at Giza,
" The Great Temple of Karnak in Luxor.
" The Royal Tombs at the Valley of Kings.
" The Mortuary Temple at Deirel-Bahri and Remesseum.
" The building of boats for long distance travel.
" Mummification.

These monuments and inventions collectively embody all scientific and mathematical principles previously mentioned and are the foundation for all modern mathematical and scientific principles, even those yet to be discovered. Africans throughout the diaspora and African descendants in America in particular are very much like the Baobab tree throughout the African Continent - Strong and beautiful, but with their roots severed, they cannot grow and may not last long. They must nourish themselves by being rooted in the accumulated knowledge and wisdom spanning over tens of thousands of years and traces back to the first man and woman made by our creator. It is this great body of knowledge and wisdom that is the foundation of how the world operates today. The African worldview and value system is the essence of this great body of knowledge and wisdom. In Ancient Egypt, this value system was known as Maat - meaning Truth, Harmony, Balance, and Justice. Maat also as the foundation of mathematics, which is the language of the universe.

The Ingenuity and achievement of Ancient Africans and her descendants have proven that they are necessary in solving the crises of today Through the African Mind rooted in the principles of Maat, The African world view is a gift offered to the world at a critical time when world civilization must save itself from self-destruction.

This archive is a tool to help heal the African Mind and help free it so it can pursue the task of creating a world of peace and prosperity for all people.

Oct 4, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:

Rashad McCrorey - Stuck In Africa: Based On A True Story  https://youtu.be/0XpZUjtHjPs

James Wilson - Author of Teach Me About Garvey & Red, Black and Green: Tell Me What It Means https://youtu.be/8jpb8Irr3fM

Joye Hardiman https://youtu.be/eoffJ7JcPtU

Milton Allimadi - Cheikh Anta Diop Part 2 https://youtu.be/tNMDKRFn-XA

Aug 26, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:

Milton Allimadi - Cheikh Anta Diop - https://youtu.be/H6-Np8vF6s8

Dr. Joye Hardiman - The Ra-Surrection of Truth From The Chains of Falsehood https://youtu.be/vIOCZ67P9YA

Chester Higgins - Sacred Nile https://youtu.be/1ThkBuThD5w

Dr. Rupert Lewis On Marcus Garvey #marcusgarvey https://youtu.be/kLXiGZHSI5o

TutemRa: The Reincarnation of Emmett Till & King Tut Part 2 https://youtu.be/tdlxlwx5v60

Jul 26, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:

 Kwame Nkrumah's Neo-Colonialism The Last Stage of Imperialism https://youtu.be/hyO7kS9bOOI

African Americans and freedom through consciousness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WissWhGwfA

Current Events In South Africa with Milton Allimadi https://youtu.be/07wf8QivMZA

Jul 3, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:

Haiti & Current Events https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYccGRH9hys

UAM William Hansberry Award feat. Dr. John Henrik Clarke, Barbara Sizemore, Dr. Ben and others https://youtu.be/s8lkzAIu57w

Dr. John Henrik Clarke - Are We Ready For The 21st Century https://youtu.be/-QDZddNGwuM

Maurice Bishop At Hunter College June 5 1983 https://youtu.be/kpUOS5wICqo

Dr. Umar Johnson - Miseducation of Black School Children Apr 24 2011 https://youtu.be/onrC4_P8qNk

Jun 6, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:

Jeffrey B. Perry - Life of Hubert Harrison The Black Socrates Part 3 https://youtu.be/F9avOul0TMw

Milton Allimadi - Manufacturing Hate: How Africa was Demonized in Western Media https://youtu.be/stJ5LmY9mbo

Jeffrey B. Perry - Life of Hubert Harrison The Black Socrates Part 2 https://youtu.be/_tvNXHT63S4

Mary McLeod Bethune - The First Lady of the Struggle https://youtu.be/qSlq7xHYxxI

Milton Allimadi - African Americans and the Diaspora Participation in the Liberation https://youtu.be/fTtLK3oqeWQ

Life Of Dr. Anna Julia Cooper - https://youtu.be/IWauRYHv3HE

May 30, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:


Dr. Timothy Owens Moore - Ten Points of Light to Raise your African/Black Consciousness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1ae95wuwi8 

Milton Allimadi - Why The New Rescramble For Africa? Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIXmRwTb6LM 

May 24, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:

Hadassah Moshay - Sankofa https://youtu.be/0c1IdHUp1sw

Kali Sichen - Cepheus, Rise of The Black Man Part 4 https://youtu.be/C90_OGM6kuE

Kali Sichen - Cepheus, Rise of The Black Man Part 3 https://youtu.be/h_R2ymlDFEs

Kali Sichen - Cepheus, Rise of The Black Man Part 2 https://youtu.be/4P9sHrKKUSM

Kali Sichen - Cepheus, Rise of The Black Man Part 1 https://youtu.be/5LxFaK3F8G0

King Randall, I - Founder of The X For Boys https://youtu.be/KBELyeJTu2Y

Maj. Charles E. Williams - History of The Buffalo Soldiers https://youtu.be/NpBC-hD7baY

Congo The Heart of Africa https://youtu.be/RbmVH2yDHwk

Drs. Evandra Catherine, Joy Degruy, & Edwin J. Nichols - Why Are Our Sons Killing The Community https://youtu.be/-ycPkKaBslo

Milton Allimadi - Why The New Rescramble For Africa? Part 1 https://youtu.be/cEszVABo3FU

to the mother of the universe and all other mothers https://youtu.be/DrPaprgVuMQ

Tribute to mother’s part two https://youtu.be/fQSK2tbPcsc

Why is There Friction Between Black Female, Male Relationships & How Can We Fix It? Part 2 https://youtu.be/m0HVM7mr7hM

Every element in the Universe is in Us https://youtu.be/DrPaprgVuMQ

Building a United African States: A Conversation With the Pan-African Federalist Movement https://youtu.be/VWs_PYP1lS0

Apr 10, 2021

☥Latest uploads to watchð“€°:


Maj. Charles E. Williams - History of The Buffalo Soldiers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpBC-hD7baY
Hadassah Moshay - Elders You Matter https://youtu.be/-0CJMhwDVEI
Dr. Evandra Catherine - Nutritional Racism & Food Oppression https://youtu.be/LK-G4bvu9Sk
Dr. Leonard Jeffries Jr. - Cheikh Anta Diop https://youtu.be/FysCmXIyuRQ
Why is There Friction Between Black Female, Male Relationships & How Can We Fix It? https://youtu.be/2U3DlBfvs-I
Oluko Antonio Miller - Sex Life In Slavery - A Forced Pleasure https://youtu.be/jbHbVd6iwlQ
Alejandro Ibrahim - They Stole It But You Must Return It Book Review https://youtu.be/QSTtyIk8B8Y
Dr. Timothy Owens Moore - In Conversation With https://youtu.be/MT2r3UoB4ao
Dr. Edwin J. Nichols - Cultural Paradigm Difference Between Africans & Europeans https://youtu.be/zLYAB0hyFmw
Chester Higgins Jr. - The Egyptian Origins of the World's Great Religions https://youtu.be/D-He-FyXe7Q
In Conversation with Dr. William Seraile https://youtu.be/tAZSeUT6wdM
D.N.A. - Using Genealogy To Change My Slave Last Name with Film Director Nware Burge https://youtu.be/bUJKWAHBb-Y