How Dutch Slave Ship Captain Murdered 664 Captured Africans Below Deck...

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The Leusden, a Dutch West India Company slave ship, set off from Elmina, Ghana, on November 19, 1737, carrying around 700 African men, women,...

How White Politicians In South Africa Created ‘Free’ Black States To...

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Apartheid existed prior to the 1948 election of South Africa's white supremacist National Party, which managed the overarching legislation that divided the country's ethnic...

Queen Tiye: The Influential Wife Of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, Whose Demise...

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Queen Tiye is regarded as the most powerful woman in the history of ancient Kemet (Egypt). She was Yuya and Tjuyu's daughter. She married Egyptian...

Meet Omowunmi Sadik, Nigerian Woman Who Is The Inventor Of Biosensors...

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Meet Omowunmi Sadik, the creator of microelectrode biosensors that can detect foreign substances and can be used to detect narcotics or explosives. The patent request...

History of Iyoba Idia, The Queen Mother Of Ancient Benin Kingdom...

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Even if some of the peoples of the contemporary sovereign state are ancestors of the Benin people who prospered on the west coast of...

Meet African War Hero Who Sank A German Ship With Bomb...

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During World War II, Job Maseko, a South African war hero, sunk an enemy ship with an improvised bomb hidden in a milk container....

How The Enslaved Igbo People From Africa Influenced Libation Pouring And...

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The Akan people of Ghana are significantly responsible for the continental African presence in Jamaica, as seen by cultural similarities, names, feasts, and assimilation. The...

History Of Ashanti Prince Who Designed And Built A Signal Station...

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In the Caribbean, he is known as William Kofi Nti, the son of a wealthy West African king who came to Trinidad in the...

Five African Princes Who Were Forcibly Taken Or Stolen From Their...

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During the heyday of the Transatlantic slave trade, millions of Africans were forcibly removed from their homes and sold into slavery on the African...

How The Only Black South African Soldier In Canada’s WWI Army...

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Charlie Some, the lone black South African in the Canadian army, was known for going AWOL on certain occasions. So when he went missing...