Reflections On My Pilgrimage

This book is the most truthful account of one man’s pilgrimage to Africa. It is written by a man whose love for Africa and her people is unwavering. Yet he is totally honest as he tells us of his experience of visiting the ‘Motherland’ for the very first time.

As a student of the teachings of the Honorable Marcus Garvey, who urged Blacks in America to return to Africa and restore her greatness, Amefika was determined to set foot on Africa’s soil. But what Amefika discovered about Africa and her people and what he discovered about himself is revealed with brutal honesty in his reflections. The highs, the lows, the joys and the pains of one man’s sojourn to the Motherland is must reading, whether you have been to Africa, planning a trip or simply want to know more about the birthplace of humanity.

Amefika Geuka: educator and founder of the only Afrocentric charter school in the state of Florida, community activist, Black Nationalist, Pan Africanist and unconditional lover of African people, “at home and abroad,” invites you to join him as a conscious Black son of Africa returns to his motherland.


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