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Organisation that collects information, money, that gives advice to people who want to know about the San as well as for the San themselves. Note the full text documents under "The San Peoples", including transcribed oral literature (also including the original text) and a bibliography about San Human Rights. [editors ilissAfrica]
This Filipino journal suprisingly provides a platform for many Nigerian researchers and topics. One focus is on Nigerian oral literature and tradition.
The Africa Knowledge Project offers e-journals and databases on African topics. Access to the fulltexts is subject to a fee / subscription. But you can view the abstracts for free. For a list of databases and e-journals see table of contents. [editors ilissAfrica]"Africa Knowledge Project, known as AKP, is an initiative by AfricaResource Center, Inc., dedicated to academic research onAfrica and its Diaspora. AKP focuses on Africa-centered knowledge and research from a diverse range of disciplines. While it values the contribution of Western scholarship, AKP moves away from epistemic schemes of interpretation that represent Western world-views and research interpretations as central and global, and all others as indigenous or vernacular." [according to site editor’s information] ... [changed]
Extensive site about the music and culture of so far 12 peoples in Kenya. It is best to navigate via "tribes" or "index" in the black menu bar at the top of the site. The menu bar on the left hand side is somewhat confusing as you end up in the section for Turkana people by pressing on the "prehistory"-button under "Kenya" (instead of staying in the "Kenya general" menu). The author of this web site wrote the Rough Guides for Tanzania, Zanzibar and First Time Africa. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
"LiberiaPedia.com provides free access to several rich collections of facts and stories on Liberia. The site features four databases, with others to be added: a collection of 100+ folk tales from the 1950s; an index of actions taken by the Liberian legislature between 1847 and 1940; a glossary of Liberian slangs and idioms; and a database on 15,000+ African-Americans who emigrated to Liberia between 1820 and 1904" (this database requires registration). [according to site editor’s information] ... [supplemented]