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Global Black history aims to tell the untold inspiring stories of Africa and the African diaspora by taking a multi-dimensional afrocentric view of history and that gives voice to untold stories. There are different perspectives to every event in black history and the page offers one of them. It is the authors' belief that the Black Experience is not monolithic and in trying to understand the past, one gains knowledge of the present and charters the course of the future [according to the site editor's information, editorial staff ilissAfrica]....
Site of the journal ANKH: revue d'égyptologie et des civilisations africaines. The abstracts are often available in English also, some full texts are also available. Furthermore, there is a lot of more information and texts about the origin of Man in Africa, about ancient African civilisations etc. Therewith, ANKH intends to continue the work of Cheikh Anta Diop. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Site of the Institute Africammat in Paris. Union of scientists who adhere to the theses of Afrocentrism and who do research about Africa as the origin of mankind and civilisation. Their work is a continuation of the works of Cheikh Anta Diop und Théophile Obenga. You will find many documents, audio and video files (among others: interviews with Cheikh Anta Diop) and other resources. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
Information about early African Kingdoms including maps. The site is maintained by an afrocentrist organisation. This means that the articles are written from an afrocentrist perspective, which has also been the object of criticism. For further topics on this site, see the table of contents. [editors ilissAfrica]
Different articles ont the ground of Afrocentrism. The site is maintained by an afrocentrist organisation. This means that the articles are written from an afrocentrist perspective, which has also been the object of criticism. For topics, see the table of contents. [editors ilissAfrica]
Full text documents by Prof. Binsbergen about Afrocentrism and the so called "Black Athena" Debate about the origins of (western) civilisation lying rather in Egypt than in Greece, respectively, the Greeks having borrowed a lot from Ancient Egypt. [editors ilissAfrica]