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  Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Carnegie Museum of Natural History T. rex on Trial.
  Caribbean Commentary Kevin Baldeosingh
Kevin Baldeosingh writer, author and journalist discusses Caribbean issues and current affairs under various topics, with depth and humour, "sober and satire".
  Caribbean Newspapers
Bringing Caribbean news & music to you.. every day
  CHEIKH ANTA DIOP, The Pharaoh of Knowledge
It would not strike the mind of any historian of the ancient Mediterranean civilizations to deny the crucial role played by black Egyptian peoples, in deed Ethiopians, in the development of sciences, arts, techniques, and it was from distant antiquity. The idea of "black tabula rasa", (Africa devoid of history (culture); in short, devoid of humanity, dear to colonial histography is largely posterior.
  Daily Life in Ancient China
Learn about Taoism with Winnie-the-Pooh! Explore daily life in 4 different Chinese dynasties. Meet weird emperors like Hu the Tiger! Read things written in B.C. times! For those in a hurry, just click on the Cheat Sheet, for a very quick look at 11,000 years of ancient Chinese history! Welcome to ancient China!
This page contain links to other pages on Dalits or caste discriminated people in India.
  De Lime - Trinis on ICQ
The first and largest ICQ list dedicated to Trinidad and Tobago, boasting over 3000 members from more than 50 countries worldwide. Join De Lime today!
  Dialogue with Hotep
Spiritual Development, Self Development.
  Dred Scott Decision
March 6, 1857 The Supreme Court ruled that slaves were not full citizens, and could not sue for their freedom. The controversial ruling was a serious blow to civil rights in the US, affecting nearly four million African-Americans. The Dred Scott decision brought the country closer to Civil War:
  Guide to Ancient China on the Web
Without a doubt, the most outstanding introduction to Chinese culture, art and philosophy on the Net. You should begin your adventure in the China Room. Don't miss the Chinese Calligraphy page or the Dragons page! This site is TRULY a must-see--HIGHLY recommended.
  History of China
The History Of China, as documented in ancient writings, dates back some 3,300 years. Modern archaeological studies provide evidence of still more ancient origins in a culture that flourished between 2500 and 2000 B.C. in what is now central China and the lower Huang He Valley of North China.
  The Circumcision Information and Resource Pages
The Circumcision Information and Resource Pages are an Internet resource that provides you with information about all aspects of the genital surgery known as circumcision.
  The John Henrik Clarke Virtual Museum
The National Black United Front is proud to sponsor this virtual museum of the late icon of African Centered Studies. It is our desire herein to both honor and recognize his contributions to the world by presenting to the public this virtual museum of his life and his life's work.

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Eden Shand is a graduate in forestry from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He got his M.B.A from the University of British Columbia, Canada. He has done post-graduate studies in environmental science and holds a Certificate in Environmental Assessment from the University of Aberdeen. He is also registered as an Associate Environmental Auditor with the Environmental Auditors Registration Association of the U.K.
  FGM Education and Networking Project
Welcome to the new and updated FGM Education and Networking Project. This website has undergone a lot of changes, including changing its name to the FGM Education and Networking Project. I finally got a domain name registered, and have included some contributions from different people who were kind enough to send in their comments, papers, and ideas on how to improve the site.
  Frantz Fanon
His revolutionary ambitions cut short by leukemia in 1961, psychoanalyst and philosopher Frantz Fanon had by the time of his death amassed a body of critical work that today establishes his position as a leading theoretician of (among other issues) black consciousness and identity, nationalism and its failings, colonial rule and the inherently "violent" task of decolonization, language as an index of power, miscegenation, and the objectification of the performative black body.
  Global Africa People's Network
The place where you make direct contact with other Global African people through the two-way mirror of global communication.
  Guide to Ancient Egypt on the Web
You can find out all about the famous and fascinating pyramids of ancient Egypt here.
  Guide to Ancient Greece and Rome on the Web
Guide to Ancient Greece and Rome on the Web
  Philip Emeagwali
"He left school in Standard 8 and lived with his family in a refugee camp. But Nigerian Philip Emeagwali is now regarded as one of the world's best scientific brains."
Runoko Rashidi is an historian, writer and public lecturer with a pronounced interest in the African foundations of humanity and civilizations and the presence and current conditions of Black people throughout the Global African Community.
  The poetry of Marcus Garvey
Didn't know that Marcus Garvey wrote poetry did you? Indeed he did! Many of the ideas he championed in his writings and speeches are here in the poems, and perhaps reading them will give you a deeper insight into the man himself.
  Walk Like An Egyptian
A Modern Guide To The Religion and Philosophy Of Ancient Egypt.

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An old chipped stone on a dry river bed. Pick it up and travel back in time to the earliest stone tool wielding prehistoric inhabitants of India.
  History and Evolution
If we enquire into ‘what runs history’, into the possibility of any pattern, structure or law, we are left to examine the rush of statistics and wonder if it is sufficient to account for the chronicles of kings and commoners, the flowering of civilizations, and the evolution of religious forms.
  History of Life by Richard Cowen
Chapter 1 The Origin of Life Chapter 2 - Earth's Earliest Life Chapter 3 - Sex and Nuclei: Eukaryotes Chapter 4 - The Evolution of Animals Chapter 5 - Life in a Changing World Chapter 6 - Paleoclimate Chapter 7 - The Early Vertebrates Chapter 8 - Leaving the Water Chapter 9 - Amphibians and Reptiles Chapter 10 - Reptiles and Thermoregulation Chapter 11 - Triassic Takeover Chapter 12 - Dinosaurs Chapter 13 - Warm-Blooded Dinosaurs? Chapter 14 - The Evolution of Flight Chapter 15
  History of the Ancient Aryans: Outlined in Zoroastrian scriptures.
Iran is the ancient name of Persia, and it is derived from the root "Arya" or Aryan, the Indo-European branch of peoples who settled in that land. The Aryans of ancient Iran were Mazdayasni Zarathushtris, ie. Worshippers of Ahura Mazda (the name of God in Avestan) as revealed by the ancient prophet Zarathushtra, thousands of years before Christ.
  Hominid Timeline
Where do we come from? What did our earliest ancestors look like and how did they behave? In the last ten years, a flood of evidence, accumulating at an increasing rate, suggests new answers to these old questions.
  Indian Statistical Institute
Welcome to the homepage of the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) , a unique institution devoted to the research, teaching and application of statistics, natural sciences and social sciences. Founded by Professor P.C. Mahalanobis in Calcutta on 17th December, 1931, the institute gained the status of an Institution of National Importance by an act of the Indian Parliament in 1959.
  Islam in Africa
When the Arab conquest began in 647 CE, the Exarch Gregory had already denounced allegiance to Constantinople and had proclaimed himself as an Emperor. In Egypt, the native Copts were instructed by their bishop in Alexandria to offer no resistance to the Arab Muslims marching toward Egypt. The first serious attempt to expand Islam in Africa is credited to 'Uqabah (Okba) b. Nafi, who is revered to this day as the founder of Muslim Africa.
  Julian Calendar
February 29, 45 BC
A true solar calendar was first used in Rome when the month of February of that year was designated as having 29 days. Known as the leap year, it was to take place every four years. Introduced to ensure that the seasons would always fall in the same calendar period, the leap year consists of 52 weeks plus two days--as opposed to the regular year of 52 weeks plus one day. The use of the leap year started what became known as the Julian Calendar:
India in the cliched observation, is not merely a country but a continent. Its population, which will be nearing one billion as we enter the year 2,000, presents the most extraordinary contrasts. The people of this vast country speak nearly a thousand languages, follow several different faiths -- including Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, and Sikhism -- and are congregated in hundreds of different ethnic and caste communities.
  Pre Historic India [400,000 BC - 1000 BC]
From 8000 BC, the Mesolithic age began and continued upto 4000 BC in India. During this time, sharp and pointed tools were used for killing fast-moving animals. The beginning of plant cultivation also appeared. Chotanagpur plateau, central India and south of the river Krishna are some of the various Mesolithic sites. Neolithic (New Stone Age) settlements in the Indian sub-continent are not older than 4000 BC.

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