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Who else is buried in King Tut's tomb? Perhaps a queen, says one Egyptologist.

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The Kru People: The Africans Who Vigilantly Refused to Be Captured into Slavery

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Ghana’s Slave Castles | The Shocking Story of the Ghanaian Cape Coast

theculturetrip.com Find out about the dark history of Ghana’s slave fortresses located along the Gold Coast, from the Cape Coast Castle to Elmina Castle.

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40 African leaders just dressed in Narendra Modi's trademark look together at the India-Africa...

mashable.com The African leaders wore the Indian Prime Minister's signature "Modi jacket" and kurta.

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5 Pieces Of Evidence Supporting Belief That Black People Were In The Americas Before Christopher...

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Beautiful Black People: Queen Tiy, Great Royal Wife and Co-Regent of Kemetic (Ancient Egyptian) Pharoah Amen-hotep III. Queen Tiy was the mother of the Pharoah Akhenaten and grandmother of Tutankhamun.

"Queen Tiy, Great Royal Wife and virtual co regent with Amen hotep III, mother of King Ankh-ewn-aten, was perhaps the greatest Queen of the entire Kemetic historical period. She reigned at the peak of Kemetic imperial power and during the cultural flowering of its greatest golden age. Both during the time of her husband's reign and her son's reign, it was she to whom the kings of foreign lands wrote when they were desperate. She is shown with her husband in a colossal statute in the Cairo museum. They are seated side by side and are the same size, indicating equal status according to the Kemetic canon."

(Asa G. Hilliard III in 'Egypt Revisited')

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On the Coffee Trail: The origins of the world’s favourite drink

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Like a gathering of grandmothers arguing over who’s offspring is the cutest, coffee aficionados the world over have long disagreed on the exact location of where the world’s most popular workplace-productivity-enhancer a

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Sao Tome and Príncipe, paradise islands in Africa

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Beautiful Black People: African woman. Possibly/probably of North Africa. If you want to know what a 'Moor' or 'Blackamoor' looked like this is probably it. (By Sasi Harib on Flickr)

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When Black Men Ruled the World: 8 Things The Moors Brought to Europe

atlantablackstar.com Fashion and Hygiene Abu l-Hasan Ali Ibn Nafi – who was also known as Ziryab (black singing bird in Arabic) and Pájaro Negro (blackbird) in Spanish- was a polymath, with knowledge in astronomy, geography, meteorology, botanics, cosmetics, culinary art and fashion. He is known for starting a vogue by…

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A History of Female Empowerment: The Mino of Benin

theculturetrip.com The Amazons were a fantastical myth, yet the ‘Dahomey Amazons’, were decidedly real, a brave and terrifying all-female militia who ferociously fought for Benin.

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A Narrative Behind The History Of Black Hair

rewindingblack.com A Narrative Behind The History Of Black Hair

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In Africa, Chinese Developers Are Building A Mini-China

fastcoexist.com A photo investigation of the Chinese-sponsored apartments, highways, factoriesand even entire citiesthat are sprouting up in Africa at an astounding...

NoirKulture

Photographer Mario Epanya: Coloring African Beauty (Images © Mario Epanya)

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Marrakech's Majorelle Gardens

theculturetrip.com The Culture Trip invites you to explore the enchanting Majorelle Gardens – a beautiful oasis in North Africa’s sprawling terracotta desert.

NoirKulture

Beautiful Black People: naomihitme: Naomi in Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2015 photographed by Chen Man (Niki Jackson via Pinterest)

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Jungle Brigade Goes Into Action

theculturetrip.com Gabon is leading the battle to save Africa’s last remaining forest elephants by creating one of the continent’s best-armed and most effective anti-poaching units.

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Africa and The Blues: An Interview with Gerhard Kubik

afropop.org Gerhard Kubik is a professor of Cultural Anthropology at the University of Vienna. He has been researching African and American music for nearly half a century, and is widely published in many subjects. He is also a performing musician, currently ... Read more »

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Africa Could Become the Next Bright Spot for Solar Power Production | VICE News

news.vice.com Many African households rely on dirty, expensive, and sometimes deadly kerosene lamps for light, but solar power generation has begun to provide a cheap — and safe — alternative source of energy.

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Disguised in Dance: The Secret History of Capoeira

theculturetrip.com Discover the history of capoeira, a 500 year old Brazilian martial art, and explore the best places to experience capoeira in Brazil.

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30 Nigerian Weddings We'd Happily Be A Bridesmaid For

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The world is mourning Cecil the Lion's senseless murder. Here is what you can do about it.

action.sumofus.org There's one simple way to stop this slaughter -- get airlines to stop flying these dead endangered species "trophies" so the hunters can't take them home to display.

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American dentist regrets killing Cecil the lion, blames local guides

mashable.com Dr. Walter Palmer, an American dentist who killed a beloved lion near Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, said he "deeply regret(s)" killing Cecil the lion.

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From the northeast to the southeast, natural hair, African culture and empowerment are themes on...

blackwomenofbrazil.co Note from BW of Brazil: Several of our previous posts have been dedicated to the celebration of the International Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women’s Day and for good reason. Black women...

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Real Food Adventure - Morocco | Morocco Food Tours. Seek a spicy Real Food Adventure in Morocco...

intrepidtravel.com Travel to Casablanca, Fes and Marrakech on a Moroccan food adventure. Master traditional North African recipes of tajine, couscous and pastries in instructional cooking classes. Tour spice markets and souqs, and unwind in a traditional riad.

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The Afro-Diasporic Fantasy Art Of Nigerian-American Illustrator Odera Igbokwe

okayafrica.com Nigerian-American illustrator Odera Igbokwe explores the intersection of identity & imagination by depicting black bodies in the realm of fantasy

theroot.com

Obama Is Proud to Be the 1st 'Kenyan-American President'

theroot.com He made the comment in Nairobi Sunday before departing for Ethiopia.

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Homecoming: Obama Brings $1 Billion in Investments To Kenya, Reunites With Half-Sister Auma Obama

goodblacknews.org In his first visit to his father’s country since he became president, Barack Obama made his rounds with extended family, addressed economic development and announced more than $1 billion in investm...

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7 Must-Haves For A Kick Butt Family Vacation

hellobeautiful.com If you haven't finalized your vacation plans for the family yet, #TeamBeautiful's got suggestions on activities both you and the kids will love.

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A Second Leo Africanus Biopic Is in Development...

blogs.indiewire.com Earlier this year, Mauritanian filmmaker, Abderrahmane Sissako, revealed that, for his next film (following the great success that was "Timbuktu"), he

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A Cuban Flag Flies Again in Washington

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From India to Augill Castle: How Nomadness is changing perceptions of Black travel

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Understanding Contemporary African Art’s Hard-won Rise to the Art World Main Stage

artsy.net That “Contemporary African Art” is a collecting category encompassing 54 countries, 1.1 billion people, over 2,000 spoken languages, multiple thousands of native tribes, and near equally split between the traditions of Islam and Christianity, surely presents a slew of problematics. Africa’s unity li…

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Why African Americans Should Be 1st in Line to Cuba

theroot.com As the US embassy opens in Havana for the first time in 54 years, we should learn the history that ties black Americans to the black population of the island.

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Faces of Africa: Thirty Years of Photography

amazon.com Award-winning photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher present an unparalleled collection of 250 photographs, drawn from their work over thirty years, revealing an inclusive look at the people and cultures of Africa.

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Image of the Black

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9 American city parks you must see on your next vacation

skyscanner.com From New York City’s Central Park to City Park in New Orleans: 9 great American city parks the family will love.

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The 10 Most Beautiful Cities and Towns in Africa

theculturetrip.com Check out our list of the 10 most charming cities and towns to visit in Africa.

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