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AFRICAN BY NATURE
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23429.83607-31-2002
Books on African history, many topics on ancient Egypt, anthropology, archaeology, sociology, psychology, science, indigenous African studies, sculptures, all types of African inspired music, videos, posters, map, book authors information, music artist information, guest commentators, Newsletters, Discussion board with live Chat, Free Web-base Email and more! Our First World Books and Specialty store is located HERE.
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African History Time-lines
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2122No Votes Yet04-15-2006
Offers extensive details about the focus period. Includes descriptions of antiquity, empires, the slave trade, colonialism, and modern times.
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Black Futurists in the Information Age
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2011No Votes Yet04-21-2003
This is the official site for 21st century global scientific and technological developments in the Black world.
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Internet African History Sourcebook - Site
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2032No Votes Yet09-15-2002
Provides a subset of texts from three major online source books about Africa. Read about general history and human origins.
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Intersection Magazine - Black History Month Issue (blacks in Canada)
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2037No Votes Yet03-20-2002
1606 Mattieu DaCosta a black man from Portugal, was the first black to be recorded in Canada's history. DaCosta was a translator for a European ship called Jonas.
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Timbuktu Educational Foundation
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202910310-01-2002
Timbuktu Educational Foundation, Inc. (TEF) is a non-profit, non-political, educational institution founded for the sole purpose of preserving, restoring and disseminating the important intellectual contributions of the early African scholars from the famous Timbuktu Universities of Mali, West Africa. The manuscripts of Timbuktu cover diverse subjects such as mathematics, chemistry, physics, optics, astronomy, medicine, Islamic sciences, history, geography, the tradition of Islam's Prophet Mohammed, government legislation and treatise, jurisprudence and much more. The manuscripts of Timbuktu are a living testimony of the highly advanced and refined civilization in Sub-Saharan Africa. Even before the European Renaissance, Timbuktu flourished as the greatest academic and commercial center in Africa. Great empires such as Ghana, Mali and Songhai were proofs of the talents, creativity and ingenuity of the African people. The University of Timbuktu produced both Black African scholars and leaders of the highest rank, character and nobility.
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Washington Post - African Lives
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2643No Votes Yet07-29-2002
webnews@washingtonpost.com This series of occasional articles chronicles the joys and struggles in the everyday lives of African peoples.
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