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    Young, Black, Intelligent.: Ancient Egypt Was Black, But Black Americans Are Not Egyptians: the Jawaran people of Andaman Islands

  • Lauren Long

    The Jarawa live in the last remnants of virgin forest in the Andaman Islands in the Indian Ocean

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    Los jarawas viven en los últimos retazos de selva virgen en las islas Andamán del océano Índico. © Salomé/Survival

  • Vera Segoh

    Jarawa People of Andaman island

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