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Yoruba African Orishas Poster

Pictures With All The Orishas | Orishas Poster Photograph by James C Lewis - Yoruba African Orishas ...

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blackgivesback: Museum of the African Diaspora Names Philanthropist Deborah Santana as Board of Directors Vice Chair

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African diaspora returns 'home' to claim its place at the top of the pile

African Diaspora: Returning 'home' to claim its place at the top of the pile; Ethiopia cafe society

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Africa Rising - YES

Beautiful and stunning is this presentation of designs by fashion designers from the African Diaspora. Inspired by the ever emerging trends from the African continent – like from fashion week…

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caribbeancivilisation: Tamara Natalie Madden is a Jamaican born painter and mixed-media artist. Madden’s paintings are allegories that seek to heighten and empower the everyday people of the African diaspora. Madden’s influences are varied. Some influences come from Gustav Klimt, West East African Royalty, Egypt, Asia, and from the clothing that’s worn by native African and Indian women. She is highly inspired by people from various cultures around the world, but chooses to paint imagery

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From Slave Ship to Harvard the true story of an African American family in Maryland over six generations. The author has reconstructed a unique narrative of black struggle and achievement from paintings, photographs, books, diaries, court records, legal documents, and oral histories. From Slave Ship to Harvard traces the family from the colonial period and the American Revolution through the Civil War to Harvard and finally today.

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In Pakistan, African descendants are called Sheedi (Siddi)...http://blackberrycastlephotographytm.zenfolio.com/p583897559

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Photographer Chronicles The New African Diaspora In Vibrant Portraits

“Nataal: New African Photography” exhibits the idiosyncratic, striking, and varied work of photographers from Guinea, Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria, Senegal, and South Sudan.