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The Hearts of Darkness: How White Writers Created the Racist Image of Africa.

The Hearts of Darkness: How White Writers Created the Racist Image of Africa.

By Milton Allimadi
Cost:$12 add $3.50 for Shipping and Handling.
Mail check or Money order to:
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P.O.BOX 1392
PITTBSURGH, PA 15230
USA.

*** A $30.00 fee will be charged for bounced check.

The book is an Explosive New Book Exposes Newspapers', including New York Times', culpability in racist representation of Africa. The book digs deep into the history of the negative, racist media representations of Africans and people of African descent that persist in contemporary America. The Book contains exclusive damning evidence from The New York Times’ archives and its publication was blocked by several magazines.

Milton Allimadi is a Graduate of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. He publishes The Black Star News a weekly New York newspaper.

Milton Allimadi Publisher & CEO milton@blackstarnews.com

Milton Allimadi, Publisher and Editor-in chief, a first generation immigrant from Uganda received his journalistic training at The Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University. After stints at The Journal of Commerce and The Wall Street Journal, Allimadi reported for the New York Times as a metro news stringer. At the New York Times Allimadi honed, among other things, his reportorial skills.


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