the Hindsight Project
The Hindsight Project is dedicated to the research and compilation of documentation that uncovers the ancient and or pre-enslavement history of the ancient Negro. This is done for the sake of their offspring, the so-called African American to restore their cultural knowledge and the ability to create a productive future for their offspring. Methodology We will research official statistics: Information produced by national governments and their agencies. We will also research personal documents. We us the same method that is used in the Social Sciences. The most obvious examples are letters, diaries, biographies, and life histories, to also include photographs and tombstone inscriptions We will conduct Interviews and social interaction, which results in a transfer of information We will also use Historical Data or Life History; An ideographic approach which provides an intense account of a life and other research methods We iintend to carry out these goals through, •Official statistics: Information produced by national governments and their agencies •Personal Documents: This method is used in the social science. The most obvious examples are letters, diaries, biographies, and life histories. This would also include photographs and tombstone inscriptions •Interviews: a social interaction which results in a transfer of information •Historical Data: or Life History; an ideographic approach which provides an intense account of a life, and many other research methods Activities will involve The development of discussion groups Lectures Seminars Meetings Social events Showcase displays, Bake sales Concerts And other various activities deemed appropriate by the group. The Hindsight Project will demonstrate how their unique past directly relates to topics of contemporary times. We will highlight the ways in which the offspring of the American Negro has contributed to the development of civilizations and the world's cultural, social, technological, and material advances. This will create an opportunity for the so-called “African Americans” to embrace and celebrate their ancient inheritance. The organization will demonstrate how sharing their ancient stories has shaped us/them on an individual and a collective level. The organization will create presentations and lecture tours to advance this purpose.