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From the book, "When We Ruled," by Robin Walker, this is a list of "100 Things That You Did Not Know About Africa."
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From the W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center comes this self-study program on African history from ancient Africa to the Americas to the Diaspora. There's a listing of key books to read as well as links with historical accounts never told through the public, private, and college levels of education.
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The African American Registry is the largest depository of Black American history on-line in the world. It is a calendar-based series of Black American accomplishments before the Mayflower to the present. The Registry communicates the message that African American contributions are American contributions! Our website vision began in July 2000. Online, you can search through many links for better access to great, factual, historic information.
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Ancient Civilization did not begin in what we think of as the West. It did not start in Europe, Rome, India, or Asia. Homo Sapiens migrated from Africa to inhabit all the continents except Antarctica, some 200,000 to 100,000 years ago.
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Ashra Kwesi discusses the African Origins of Christianity.
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The Black Inventor Online Museum provides history and information on many Black inventors.
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The Nubian Network's Worldwide Black Consciousness IQ Questionnaire. The answers can be found in the BN-W Resource Directory at Answers (IQ Test).
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Scroll down to the bottom for the answers to the Nubian Network's Worldwide Black Consciousness IQ Questionnaire.
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Depictions of Slavery in Confederate and Southern States Currency. Confederate Currency: The Color of Money investigates the importance of slavery in the economy of the South. Artist John W. Jones has researched and documented over 126 images of slavery that were depicted on Confederate and Southern States money. The juxtaposition of the framed Confederate Currencies with the acrylic paintings inspired by the slave images on the currencies makes a very powerful statement on the contribution of enslaved Africans to the American economy. In these paintings, as John says, "history informs art, which in turn artfully reveals more history."
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How much do you know about ancient African history? Do you know who or what Ausar, Aset, and Heru are? Who or what Imhotep is? Who or what Kemet is? Who or what Tekhen is? Who or what Medu Netcher is? Who or what the Middle Passage is? Who or what the Triangular Trade is? Who or what is located in Giza? Who or what Paris was named after? Who or what Europe was named after? Who or what civilized Europe?
Rating: [0] Votes: [0] Hits: [671] | Jul 1, 2007's Figures in Black History Directory: Carter G. Woodson; Narmer the Unifier; Benjamin Banneker; The Warrior Queen Gudit: Conqueror of Ethiopia; Blacks in the Revolutionary War: Patriots, Loyalists, and Maroons; Mansa Musa: Africa's Wealthiest King; Slave Revolts of the Antebellum South; St. Maurice, the Knight of the Holy Lance; Booker T. Washington: "The Most Powerful Negro in America"; Beyond The Mummy: Finding the Real Imhotep; Ida B. Wells: Anti-Lynching Crusader; Songhai: Africa's Largest Empire; W.E.B DuBois: The Souls of Black Folks; Great Zimbabwe: Houses of Stone; Marcus Garvey and UNIA; From Medieval Askum to Modern Ethiopia: Near 1,000 Years of Dynasty; Zora Neale Hurston - Novelist, Anthropologist, Folklorist; Africans in Medieval Europe: Part I Black-a-Moor Slaves, Soldiers, and Nobles; Elijah Muhammad; Africans in Medieval Europe: Part II - Perceptions and Legacy; Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. & The Civil Rights Movement; Kanem-Bornu & The Hausa States; Malcolm X (El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz); Ta-Set: The World's First Monarchy? 3800-3100BC; The Black Power Movement: Daughters and Sons of Malcolm; Gallery of African Kings & Queens Gallery I; Independence Leaders in Africa and the Caribbean; Gallery of African Kings & Queens Gallery II
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Harriet A. Washington, author of the highly acclaimed book, "Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans From Colonial Times to the Present," writes this New York Times Op-Ed on Africa and its fears of Western Medicine. If you've read her Medical Apartheid book and its detailed history on the medical abuses suffered by Blacks, the fears are certainly appropriate and not unfounded. Here's an excerpt from the op-ed: "Africa has harbored a number of high-profile Western medical miscreants who have intentionally administered deadly agents under the guise of providing health care or conducting research. In March 2000, Werner Bezwoda, a cancer researcher at South Africa’s Witwatersrand University, was fired after conducting medical experiments involving very high doses of chemotherapy on black breast-cancer patients, possibly without their knowledge or consent. In Zimbabwe, in 1995, Richard McGown, a Scottish anesthesiologist, was accused of five murders and convicted in the deaths of two infant patients whom he injected with lethal doses of morphine. And Dr. Michael Swango, ultimately convicted of murder after pleading guilty to killing three American patients with lethal injections of potassium, is suspected of causing the deaths of 60 other people, many of them in Zimbabwe and Zambia during the 1980s and ’90s. (Dr. Swango was never tried on the African charges.)"
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The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture: "In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience" presents a new interpretation of African-American history, one that focuses on the self-motivated activities of peoples of African descent to remake themselves and their worlds. Of the thirteen defining migrations that formed and transformed African America, only the transatlantic slave trade and the domestic slave trades were coerced, the eleven others were voluntary movements of resourceful and creative men and women, risk-takers in an exploitative and hostile environment. Their survival skills, efficient networks, and dynamic culture enabled them to thrive and spread, and to be at the very core of the settlement and development of the Americas. Their hopeful journeys changed not only their world and the fabric of the African Diaspora but also the Western Hemisphere.
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Video - Afrikans in Science - Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
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Video - They Came Before Columbus - Dr. Ivan Van Sertima
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