Should our sisters/brothers who have already repatriated to the Motherland, established themselves, learned the necessary survival skills, as well as, the cultural do's and don'ts sell us information and advice that can possibly make our transition less stressful and more successful?
I believe it is despitable to teach the principles of Pan Africanism in order to prepare bro/sis to repatriate to the Motherland, but once they are prepared to repatriate, then to come back and say:
"THERE ARE SOME PITFALLS, DANGERS, AND CULTURAL DO'S AND DON'TS THAT YOU MUST KNOW IN ORDER TO MAKE THE JOURNEY SAFELY AND SUCCESSFULLY, BUT THIS INFORMATION WILL COST YOU."
When this type of mindset is being used, are we not preaching Pan Africanism under the cloak of profits and gains?
see orginal post at: Living In Black