F.A.C.T. is a collection of lessons that were written and compiled to transform the social, political, and economic condition of African descended people. It presents a perspective that is seldom represented in the dialogue about people of African heritage. It tackles many different topics that offer insight into Pan-Africanism, Black Nationalism, self-sufficiency, language, and much more.
F.A.C.T. covers a lot of ground and is very multifaceted. It is organized into ten sections, and perfectly captures the importance of doing-for-self and group solidarity. All sections give the lesson and the solution rolled into one, and the main concepts of each section are reviewed at the end of each lesson. The authors light touch with weighty subjects results in an easy to read set of lessons. If nothing else, F.A.C.T. reveals the extensive role our thinking plays in our everyday life and touches on the importance of embracing an African identity.