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Australian Aborigines History and Culture, Research Project:
  Africa 2000
Africa 2000 is a comprehensive resource for information on population and demographic issues; race, class, and competitive fertility
  Africa Direct
The Rwandan war was a human catastrophe that should never have happened. Thousands were slaughtered in a frenzy of violence between Hutus and Tutsis that followed the assassination of Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana on 6 April 1994. For weeks the world's TV screens showed horrific scenes of bodies piled high. When the more dramatic violence subsided, the mass exodus of refugees across Rwanda's borders meant there was no end to the deaths.
  Africa Online
Africa Online launches in the Kingdom this week, following its acquisition of the business of UUNET Internet Africa Swaziland.
  Africa Reparations Movement
Welcome to the Africa Reparations Movement (UK)
  Africa's indigenous knowledge systems
In this site we present various perspectives on Africa's indigenous knowledge systems from a wide range of scholars.
  African Connections
"Your source for news and information on Africa and the African Diaspora..."
  African Slave Trade & European Imperialism
Learn more about selected African topics AD/CE 15th - early 19th c.
  alfabette zoope name lists
A collection of about 10,000 names on my old old 286, back when i wrote stories and kept very detailed character profiles along with first, middle, and last names.
  Ancient Africa A Great Oral Tradition
The European colonial powers called Africa “the Dark Continent” when they began their explorations. They saw it as a vast and dangerous place filled with savage people, but Africa has been home to many advanced, exotic civilizations. Many have been buried beneath the sands of time, but we know of others, and archaeologists continue to uncover more clues about ancient African civilizations.
March 7, 1971
Bengali leader Mujibur Rahman (also called Sheikh Mujib) made a thundering speech in front of two million people in Dacca demanding East Pakistan's independence. His dream came true later that year, and Sheikh Mujib became the first prime Minister of the newly-named Bangladesh. He was assassinated with most of his family in 1975. Sheikh Mujib was also called "Bangabandhu," which meant "friend of Bangladesh":
  Black Classic Press
When Africa Awakes Hubert Henry Harrison. 1920*, 1996. 152 pp. (paper $10.95, ISBN 0-933121-56-3). In this collection of articles, Harrison advocates an independent Black political thrust and a kind of education that prepares African people for nationhood.
  Black Consciousness
The Nubian Network is a gate keeper organization, established as a spiritual guide to Black Truth and the realm of Black Consciousness.
  Black History Books
Browse the different categories for books. Knowledge is Power!!
  Black Voices
Where African Americans Live Online
  Hotep's Trinicenter
History and Culture of the world from Trinidad & Tobago
  House of Ankhkara
Celebrating a unique cultural heritage. The creative life's work of Trinidadian born cultural activist: Roi Kwabena
  International Africa
The New York Times Africa
  Internet African History Sourcebook
Africa is both the most clearly defined of continents - in its geography - and the hardest to pin down in historical terms. Human beings originated in Africa and, as a result, there is more diversity of human types and societies than anywhere else. It is not possible, in any non-ideological way, to claim any one of these peoples or societies as more essentially "African" than others; nor is it possible to exclude a given society as "not really African".
  Seventh Millennium Academy of Consciousness and the Conscious Rasta Press
Seventh Millennium Academy of Consciousness--your information source for our new millennium. Of course, the "new millennium" we are talking about is not based upon the Roman calendar. The oldest accurate solar calendar on this planet comes from the ancient Khemetian culture which was developed by Africans in the Nile Valley.
  The Akhet-Aten Home Page
Review of the current exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts which will soon travel to Chicago, Las Vegas and Europe. Postcards Amarna pieces!
  The Amistad Case
March 9, 1841
In a momentous case, the US Supreme Court ruled that the African slaves who seized control of the Amistad slave ship had been illegally forced into slavery, and thus were free under US law. Before reaching the Supreme Court, US President Martin Van Buren appealed twice the decision of lower courts to free the slaves. The mutiny aboard the Amistad was led by Sengbe Pieh, known as Cinque. View the original documents of the US Supreme Court:
  The Biological Bases of Behavior
The Endocrine System: Another Way to Communicate
  The Boxer Rebellion
February 26, 1901
Chi-hsui and Hsu Cheng-yu, Chinese leaders of the failed "Boxer Rebellion," were publicly executed. The Boxer Rebellion was an officially-supported peasant uprising that sought to kill and drive all foreigners from China. Foreigners called the rebels "boxers" because they practiced martial arts. The rebellion was crushed after US and European troops occupied Beijing:
  The Lonely Planet
Your guide to the good, the bad and the unfamiliar places on the planet.
  Vashti's Journey to Enlightenment
Developing Woman. This is Published In The Hope That Others May Become As Enlightened As MySelf.
  Wer war Marcus Garvey?
Marcus Garvey's "Back to Africa" movement developed the spirit of Ethiopianism to its fullest extent. ...since the white people have seen their God through white spectacles, we have only now started out (late though it be) to see our God through our own spectacles. The God of Isaac and the God of Jacob let him exist for the race that believe in the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob. We Negroes believe in the God of Ethiopia, the everlasting God -- God the Son, God the Holy Ghost,
  Yosef A.A. ben-Jochannan Virtual Museum
The National Black United Front is proud to sponsor this virtual museum of this icon of African Centered Studies and Egyptology. 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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