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What Were Africans Doing During the Life of Jesus Christ?

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Jesus Christ of Nazareth lived from around 6 B.C. when Augustus Caesar was Emperor of Rome to around the year 30 A.D.
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Afro-Argentines: How Argentina Erased Its Black People From History

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Afro-Argentines, as the Black people in Argentina are popularly known, formed a significant part of the Argentine population in the 18th century.
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How Argentina Had Five Presidents in 12 Days in December 2001

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In December 2001, Argentina, a country in South America, had five presidents in just 12 days.
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The Forgotten Arab Slave Trade of East Africa

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The Arab slave trade in East Africa is one of the oldest, stretching back 700 years before the European transatlantic slave trade.
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What Africa Had Before European Colonization

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Long before European colonization, Africa had its own forms of trade, science, art, and other measures of civilization.
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How 5-Year-Old Lina Medina Became the Youngest Mother in History

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On May 14, 1939, at the age of five years, seven months, and three weeks, Lina Medina became the youngest mother in world history to have ever given birth to a child.
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5 Amazing Facts About the First World War

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The First World War was a universal war centred in Europe. The War to end all Wars began on July 28, 1914, and lasted until November 11, 1918.
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Why Africans don’t celebrate Black History Month

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In the United States of America, where Black History Month originated, it is also known as African American History Month.
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Was Fidel Castro a Friend of Africa?

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Fidel Castro supported Third World struggles in many areas, especially in the battle against apartheid and decolonisation in Africa...
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How the United States Erased Its Native Americans from History

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Within 200 years, Native Americans lost their land, their history, their language, and their culture. It is the least discussed genocide in history.
Top 13 Most Powerful African Queens

Top 13 Most Powerful African Queens

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These African queens and warriors led men to war, ruled kingdoms and called the shots. Some even resisted European domination and colonialism.
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Did the Almoravids sack the Ghana Empire in 1240?

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Some modern historians argued that the notion of any Almoravid military conquest is...derived from a misinterpretation of or limited reliance on Arabic scripts.
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10 Powerful African Women Who Shook the 20th Century

Every 31st day of July is celebrated as African Women’s Day to affirm the role of the African woman in the evolution of a strong Pan-African identity.
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How the United States Declared Its Independence on July 4, 1776

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On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence, which was mainly drafted by Jefferson, was formally adopted by the Continental Congress.
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A History of the Civil Rights Movement in America (1954-1968)

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The Civil Rights Movement was a political campaign to eradicate and abolish racial segregation throughout the United States of America.
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Amílcar Cabral: Who killed Guinea-Bissau’s Revolutionary Leader in 1973?

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On January 20, 1973, Amílcar Cabral was shot and killed outside his home in Conakry, where his political party had established its headquarters. He was just 48.
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Samora Machel: A Luta Continua!

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A Luta Continua are Portuguese words that were made popular by Samora Machel, first president of Mozambique after its independence in 1975.
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The Difference Between French and British Colonialism in Africa

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Before European colonialism in Africa, the continent had wider flexibility of movement as national borders were almost nonexistent.
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1884 Berlin Conference: How Europe “shared” Africa Like a Piece of Cake

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For 14 weeks and 5 days, European countries cooked their plans on how to share Africa like a piece of cake. They called it the...Berlin Conference.
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Imhotep: The Real Father of Medicine is from Africa

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What made Imhotep stand out, particularly in the world of Egyptian medicine at the time, was that his medical discoveries were not based on magic.
Like Syngman Rhee, Like Ashraf Ghani - Portraits of Failed Leadership

Like Syngman Rhee, Like Ashraf Ghani: Portraits of Failed Leadership

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Syngman Rhee and Ashraf Ghani both failed their countries at a time when their leadership was needed the most. A story of failed leadership.
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A History of Christianity in Africa

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The spread of Christianity in Africa is mostly attributed to Mark the Evangelist who is reported to have brought the religion to Alexandria, Egypt.
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