Human skeletal remains have been found in Africa which date back about 200,000 years. From 95,000 to 34,000 years ago they were found all over the world. These skeletal remains are of Black people of African descent. There were no other ethnic groups of people on the planet prior to 34,000 BP (before present). There were Black communities all over the world, from southern Russia to southeast Asia, from South America to the islands of the South Pacific. Some have been wiped off the face of the Earth by genocidal campaigns waged against them, but thanks to isotope analysis we know they were there. They were everywhere.
How did they get to distant outposts like Easter Island, Tierra del Fuego, and even the frigid regions of northern Europe, Canada, and Siberia? These Black people established the world’s first cultures and civilizations. This rediscovers a past when the world was exclusively Black and explain how that state of affairs changed. Where are the pockets of their direct descendants who have survived the genocidal acts which are still being waged against them to this day?
Crucially, what are lessons to be learnt? How do we implement change for the better?