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    Pan Africanism : Black american Gullah People and Gullah language.

    Hi Panafrica, It's just so nice that they are still holding on to so many of the african traditions even with crafts and they are here in the US. I would also love to go there. It would be nice to here those African stories.
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    Pan Africanism : Black american Gullah People and Gullah language.

    Here are some links to the interesting Black Gullah language.The language formed from slaves. The Gullah people still have strong connections to Africa and they live in parts of S. Carolina and Georgia. http://www.ccpl.org/ccl/gullahcreole.html http://www.gcrc.musc.edu/sugar/Gullah.html...
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    Africa : West African Adinkra symbols and meanings

    Hi Hi XXPANThaxx & Baba Ahmed I'm glad that it was useful to you both. Peace.
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    Africa : West African Adinkra symbols and meanings

    I hope that this has not been posted before. If so sorry. Here is the link to the West African symbols: http://www.welltempered.net/adinkra/htmls/adinkra_index.htm
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    Africa : Are Latinos / Hispanics - 'Africans' too?

    I am aware that there are Latinos and others who are not of african decent . I am also aware that there are people as Panafrican noted who might be passing. It takes stronger people to deal with racism there are those that are weaker and cannot so they choose to "pass" if possible. I don't feel...
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    Africa : Are Latinos / Hispanics - 'Africans' too?

    I've met some Proud Afrolatino I to embrace all of my Afro people. If anyone is interested there is actually a website called AfroLatino at: Afrolatino.com. There are many Proud Afro Latinos that celebrate their African roots. And I just met a Blacklatino that admitted that he once denied his...
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    Africa : Are Latinos / Hispanics - 'Africans' too?

    A little more info on african divide in Latin america Hi Everyone, I've been reading the post for a while. But this is my first reply. I had some info that might help with the discussion. It actually discusses the african divide in Latin america. The adr is...
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