There are countless other Afrikan geniuses honing their crafts, both on the continent and in the diaspora. The Afrikan American ethnomusicologist Milford Graves is working with healing, particularly heart conditions and heart health, through traditional and jazz drum rhythms. And there are many more. But if all these ideas and inventions ultimately only serve capitalism, then it will all be for naught. If the altruistic spirit in which these accomplishment were developed in, and the humanistic goals that they were meant to serve never come to fruition, then what was the point. More importantly, in order to stay true to their intentions, these efforts and ideas need to be focused, unified by a single worldview--an Afrikan worldview. If the Western worldview becomes the primary prism these feats are seen through, then capitalism will triumph. A communal, Afrikan centered vision must be the guiding force behind Afrikan efforts.
That day is coming? How long . . . you know the retort.