The Fourth World Documentation Project
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Studies' Fourth World Documentation Project. Their
goal is to present the online community with the
greatest possible access to documents and resources
conserning "The Fourth World", meaning
"nations forcefully incorporated into states
which maintain a distinct political culture but are
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African labor history. Moderated by Carolyn Brown,
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The Atlantic Slave Trade: Demographic
Becausehttp://total absence of pre-20th-century censuses,
most estimates of African population were little more
than wild speculation. This web site permits a step
http:// speculation, through
The purpose of
this webpage is to provide resources to those
interested in learning about the Afrocentric argument
concerning ancient Egypt, and the contribution of
Africa to Western civilization through ancient Egypt.
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materials by governments on all sides of the Cold
War, and new information and perspectives on Cold War
history emerging from previously inaccessible
sources. Searchable. Enter the CWIHP Virtual Library
Because some of
the most crhttp://ns of African
descent have not been answered such as how many
Africans came to the Americas via the slave trade the
Du Bois Institute supports research projects in order
to add to essential knowledge in the field.
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Garvey - Marcus Garvey and Universal
Negro Improvement Association Papers Project
Marcus Garvey and
the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA)
form a critical link in black America's
centuries-long struggle for freedom, justice, and
equality. As the leader of the largest organized mass
movement in black history and progenitor of the
modern "black is beautiful" ideal, Garvey
is now best remembered as a champion of the
Moderated discussion group/bulletin board for the
study of African history and humanities. For scholars
(including students), librarians, teachers. Sponsored
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The moderators are Melvin Page and Harold Marcus.
Periodically posts new African history job openings
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