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Until lions tell their tale, the story of the hunt will always glorify the hunter

African Proverb

Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will

– Frederick Douglass

Ugly is ignorance worn with pride

– Owen 'Alik Shahadah

The most pathetic thing is for a slave who doesn't know that he is a slave

– Malcolm X

 
 

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* For those who wish to freely contribute to the work done by the African Holocaust Society see below. Please do not contact us if you are looking for paid/remunerative work. This site is free for the public, and is a public work of mutually agreed contributions for a greater cause.

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* If you are emailing to assist with the work, please refrain from engaging in a debate and focus only on how you plan to assist. All work and submissions come under our terms and conditions.

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We will not respond to offensive messages, and please observe our rules of disagreement before writing to us. We respect your opinion, so respect ours by writing in a civilized tone. AHS reserves the right to not respond or disengage if insulted or threatened.

Most of our policy is an evolution of experience so it exist because it serves our mission.


PROMISE | One of our policies as an organization is to reply to most emails within a 2 -24 hour window. We have one of the fastest response times from any organization online. This is part of our quality and professional stamp. We believe that communication is a critical aspect of the work we do. And public interaction is essential in order to maintain the quality of this web site.

COMPLAINT | If you have a complaint for any aspect of our work, our staff, our site, there are two levels of complaints. The first level is dealt with impartially inside of the African Holocaust Society by an administrator. The second level of complaint is done by an external committee (this is for formal complaints). All complaints are done under the policies of the African Code. To initiate a complaint please submit the above form and specify or outline your complaint and then wait for further instructions.


DEBATE AND DISAGREEMENT

Before anything can be engaged the rules of the engagement must be established. And some of the most basic rules of engagement are first read the arguments presented and understand them, do not assume positions not stated. There is no shortage of text on our site, so please use our text in presenting rebuttals (No Straw Man). In making counter arguments please do not defer to your uninformed or anecdotal opinion, but researched reliable material. Also be prepared to read material provided in rebuttal. If you are not prepared to read, do not engage in a debate. Do not attack the mental state of the author, their personal disposition, where they come from, what they did in their past lives, deal with the information written (No ad hominem). Edit the work, not the author. Avoid Red Herrings and other fallacies and deal with arguments as they stand.

The entire ideological foundation of the African Holocaust society is created via debate and study. Learning from the scholars and great minds of the past and building upon that foundational knowledge.  The African Holocaust society like any other group is subject to the flaws and inconsistencies associated with humans. One of these flaws is inherent bias, which no group can claim to be independent of. We challenge this natural bias via the process of plurality and debate. Our strength as a research body is in the ability to discern and be open to constructive critique.  We have refined our position via having our material in the public domain where it is reviewed and interrogated. Mistakes or bad arguments are referred to the authors for correction. If a section of the site falls outside of our foundational paradigms we add a disclaimer at the top. We always ask that you do deeper research on the opinions and research done via this site. No work is absolute and we are not beyond making errors. 

Debate is the strength that purifies the work. The challenges brought to the statements and research only strengthen the standard and quality of work.. All historical mistakes are treated with utmost priority. 


How We Operate

One thing we understood, as an organization, from our inception was it is not just about a mission statement and a study of African history and culture: Many people string nice words together and put them in cyberspace. What also had to live at our foundation was principles and a work ethos. 12:20 in our world means 12:20, not even 12:25 (that’s is called late). Rain and lighting did not stop football, so it should not stop scheduled meetings; especially since the wonderful invention of the umbrella. Promise means, unless God comes down, we expect it to be done — no excuses. Work means work, not interested in talking about work. Deadlines are not Start-lines, they mean time to show an end product not re-discuss brainstorming and clarification. Communication, protocols, efficiency, feed back mechanism, technological innovation and integrations lie at the heart of our operation as much as good info on slavery and culture.



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We welcome unsolicited contributions from African people. Writers submitting to the website are strongly encouraged to send brief query emails (250 words or less). We do not accept articles or parts of articles that have been published elsewhere. We are looking for well-informed, unique, balanced, researched writing concerning the African experience. Submissions should be sent by e-mail here. Make sure the subject line says "Submission." Please briefly summarize your article proposal and your relevant experience. We do not accept agenda written piece which over generalize, create hatred, or overtly advertise a product or service. A photo of the author and a background write-up is necessary. All sources should be at the bottom of the page and all associated images should be submitted separately in a ZIP folder, clearly labelled. We offer linking from articles written by authors to their products which conform to the ideals of the African Code. We do not advertise any books or material without first reviewing it. A copy will be also added to our library as a reference.

GENERAL ASSISTANCE | If you are emailing to assist with work, please refrain from engaging in a debates and focus only on how you plan to assist. African Holocaust is tightly run and very matter of fact. Our hard approach is work oriented and we ask people respect that before offering help. We consider consistency and reliability as two serious qualities necessary for good work. If you are flying by, then this is not the right organization. We only want the best. You can submit a C.V. along with references (who will be contacted), as well as a motivational letter explaining how you plan to benefit the AHS. Most people assisting our work have a 6 month trial period and we be started off at the bottom. Areas we need assistance: Proof reading Research Writing Marketing Web designing Translations Media Watch advocacy Lobbying and Petitioning Outreach to other organizations Product development (promoting our films and books)

 

   

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