Written by M’Bwebe Ishangi, this book details over twenty years of research and first-hand experience with the intent of “offering, for many the first time, a side of organized academic and cultural intelligentsia responsible for the derailment of Afrikan people toward self- reliance from Alexander the (not so) Great to W.E.B. DuBois,” he states. “Many of our black organizations today were founded by the actual individuals responsible for the intergenerational mental, spiritual, and socioeconomic conditions we’ve endured that has had a polarizing effect on how we see ourselves in the world. What’s alarming is black individuals and organizations had to be created in order for the practice to be sustained.”

Who Iz The Boule'? The History of America's First Black Fraternity