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Timbuktu: portrait of a city on the edge of existence – in pictures. .facebook 2086016299. .facebook 54264513. .facebook 1039688588. Reconnecting to ancestral wisdom… This is our online campaign to raise funds to make the movie, it will last for the whole of 2014 you can donate anytime anywhere over the next 365 days.

Reconnecting to ancestral wisdom…

The indiegogo fundraiser is now closed but you can still donate below via PayPal The indiegogo fundraiser is now closed but you can still donate below via PayPal. We are currently in production to create a sequel for the documentary with the aim of exploring the philosophies and ritual practices of African cosmologies and spiritual traditions across the continent and in the diaspora. You can donate any amount you can afford or claim one of the incentives below… £22/$35 Receive an AV2 Proud Sponsor T-Shirt (S & M sizes available - Large out of stock) £100/$170 Thank you in film credits £300 /$500 You receive an Associate Producer Credit in the film. Apartheid in the Caribbean - This Is Africa. Two nations share an island in the Caribbean.

Apartheid in the Caribbean - This Is Africa

One is Haiti, which has suffered earthquakes, been recently exposed to cholera, and dealt with relentless ignorance about its culture and people. It has often been portrayed as a place of dire poverty and associated with a distorted, sinister version of the vodou religion. (Ironically, the country has a proud history – it was the site of the great slave uprising led by Toussaint L’Ouverture, and the independent state of Haiti was born from the ashes of French colony Saint-Domingue. It was the world’s first black republic.) Nigerian scientist receives patent for converting urine to flammable gas - This Is Africa. Ejikeme Patrick Nwosu got the patent for developing a process of converting human urine into “hydrogen-ammonia-rich flammable gases and fire resistant materials”, reported Nigeria’s The Guardian.

Nigerian scientist receives patent for converting urine to flammable gas - This Is Africa

The Nigerian scientist with an MSc degree from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, claims this process could replace fossil fuels in the near future. “It is obvious that our crude oil reserves will be exhausted in few decades to come,” he said, “When this happens we will be forced to use other sources of fuel, but it would be more prudent to start acting prior to such state. .facebook 603384124. Tanzania evicting 40,000 people from homeland to make room for Dubai royal family. 40,000 Masai people will be evicted from their homeland in Tanzania, because the Dubai royal family has bought it with the intention of using it as a reserve to hunt big game.

Tanzania evicting 40,000 people from homeland to make room for Dubai royal family

Last year, the Tanzanian government had resisted the purchase, proposing instead a “wildlife corridor” dedicated to hunting near the Serengeti national park. .facebook 784737910. .facebook 1981047961. .facebook 769683951. .facebook 951296073. Pastor ‘On the Run’ After Getting Mother and Teenage Daughter Pregnant. 15 Short Lived African Breakaway States. Kim Kardashian’s Paper Cover Has a Race Problem That No One Is Talking About.

Kim Kardashian‘s ass is the cover star of Paper magazine’s Winter 2014 “Break the Internet” issue.

Kim Kardashian’s Paper Cover Has a Race Problem That No One Is Talking About

The cover hasn’t literally caused Twitter to crash and modems to explode, but everyone who isn’t choosing to ignore it has something to say about it. Kandake. Shirley Graham DuBois, composer, playwright, novelist, activist. Shirley DuBois On this date in 1907, Shirley Graham DuBois was born.

Shirley Graham DuBois, composer, playwright, novelist, activist

She was an African American author, playwright, composer, and activist. She was born in Evansville, Indiana, to a minister father and homemaker mother. Her family moved around the country quite a bit when she was a child, and Shirley’s earliest memories are from New Orleans, as well as a beginning dose of (not) fairy tales but novels such as "Ben Hur" and "Quo Vadis" for children’s reading. Young Graham graduated from high school in Spokane, Washington. Feeling a need for a better education to provide for her family, Graham moved to Paris in 1929 to study music composition. .facebook 1859238534. An African Enigma. This 99-Year-Old Woman Makes A New Dress Every Single Day For A Child In Need. 10 things that every person needs to know about King Tut. By Marie Seva Tutankhamun or Tutankhamen or Tutankhamon or more commonly referred to as King Tut, was an Egyptian pharaoh who was enthroned at a very young age.

10 things that every person needs to know about King Tut

He ruled the Egyptians for about 10 years from 1332 BC to 1323 BC during a period known as the New Kingdom (based on Egyptian history). Though his rule began early in his life, he was also considerably young when it ended. Hathor. Hathor (/ˈhæθɔr/ or /ˈhæθər/;[2] Egyptian: ḥwt-ḥr and from Greek: Άθωρ, "mansion of Horus")[1] is an Ancient Egyptian goddess who personified the principles of joy, feminine love, and motherhood.[3] She was one of the most important and popular deities throughout the history of Ancient Egypt.

Hathor

Hathor was worshiped by Royalty and common people alike in whose tombs she is depicted as "Mistress of the West" welcoming the dead into the next life.[4] In other roles she was a goddess of music, dance, foreign lands and fertility who helped women in childbirth,[4] as well as the patron goddess of miners.[5] The cult of Hathor predates the historic period, and the roots of devotion to her are therefore difficult to trace, though it may be a development of predynastic cults which venerated fertility, and nature in general, represented by cows.[6] Hathor is commonly depicted as a cow goddess with horns in which is set a sun disk with Uraeus. Early depictions[edit] Temples[edit] Hesat[edit] Notes[edit] HEBREW TRIBE OF LEVI FOUND IN WEST AFRICA !!!!! MAPS!!!!!!!!!!! HEBREW TRIBE OF LEVI FOUND IN WEST AFRICA !!!!! MAPS!!!!!!!!!!!

Hidden - The Real location of Biblical Mt Zion! Agriculture - Ethiopia - export, area, crops, annual, farming, sector. Youtube. The Physical Appearance of the Tribes of Judah Pt 1. Queen of Sheba (queen of Saba) CitationsPrint Email Last Updated Click anywhere inside the article to add text or insert superscripts, subscripts, and special characters.

Queen of Sheba (queen of Saba)

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Documents Tell of Childhood in Roman Egypt

The lives of young children generally are not reflected in the documents, which were discovered 100 years ago at the site of the ancient town. THE AFRICAN TRADITIONAL HERBAL RESEARCH CLINIC NEWSLETTERS. Why are schools punishing children for speaking African languages? In various schools in Uganda, and some other parts of Africa, children as young as five are punished for speaking African languages, indigenous languages and mother tongues at school. The modes of punishment differ. The most common one in Uganda is wearing a dirty sack until you meet someone else speaking their mother tongue and then you pass the sack on to them.

Paedophiles, the Catholic Church & Uganda's anti-gay law - This Is Africa. The almost complete decolonisation of primary education in Uganda. My mother started her elementary education in the early to mid 1960s, a few years after Uganda attained independence. She has been a headmistress of various rural primary schools for a number of years now, so I ask her about the content of the education she received in the 60s and what pupils today receive. The Gambia. Burkina Faso leader defiantly holds on to power. Earlier protests were calling for the resignation of Burkina Faso's President. Decolonising the mind: The misunderstanding of traditional African beliefs. Mkota Spirit Dancers, a traditional Zanzibari dance troupe from southern Pemba.