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Africa - Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples... | AFRICAN, BLACK & DIASPORIC HISTORY

Africa - Ethnolinguistic Map of the Peoples (1972) Published in December 1971 with the article “The Zulus: Black Nation in a Land of Apartheid,” this map is a supplement to the “Heritage of Africa”...

The post explores countries with the largest African Diaspora populations. African diaspora people, African diaspora culture, African diaspora history and African diaspora art. #africandiaspora #blackhistory

The post explores countries with the largest African Diaspora populations. African diaspora people, African diaspora culture, African diaspora history and African diaspora art. #africandiaspora #blackhistory

African Diaspora | Abagond

The African Diaspora (fl. 600-1900) is the spread of people beyond Africa, mainly by way of the Arab and Western slave trade. The 18 million or so who left Africa have grown to more than 180 millio…

Fine Art Photographer Captures Images to Celebrate the Black Experience

“I hope that Black women and little girls feel celebrated, honored, and loved. I want them to know that I cherish them.”

A Place Where Beauty & Culture Collide... While Celebrating The Beauty & Style of The African Diaspora & More

A Place Where Beauty & Culture Collide... While Celebrating The Beauty & Style of The African Diaspora & More

Mama Casset, Studio African Photo, Dakar, Senegal, c1950-60. The Elegant Senegal of the First Half of the 20th Century is an exhibition of images taken by renowned Senegalese photographer Mama Casset in the 1950s and an unknown photographer, on at the Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, until 26 August

The Elegant Senegal of the First Half of the 20th Century is an exhibition on at the Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, until 26 August

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The AfroArt SeriesThe AfroArt series is a recognition and celebration of the versatility of black hair and its innate beauty. The purpose of this series is to illustrate the story of our royal past, celebrate the glory of the here and now, and even dare to forecast the future. With this series we aim to empower chi ...