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August 28, 1879

AN end of aggression toward British Imperialism, on this day in 1879 the last great ruler of Zululand is captured. Located in president day Republic of South Africa, Zululand was a monarchy in Southern Africa that extended along the coast of the Indian Ocean from the Tugela River in the south to Pongola River in the north. 294 more words

English History

Free Friday: African Burial Ground National Monument, NYC

Amidst the high rise buildings of Manhattan in New York City lies a monument where African slaves were buried in the 17th to 18th centuries. The burial site was discovered in October 1991 during an excavation for the purpose of constructing a federal office building. 215 more words


Langston Hughes & the Harlem Renaissance: Crash Course Literature 215

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"When Sex Threatened the State": An Interview with Saheed Aderinto

Histories of African Sexualities is an ongoing series at Notches addressing the role of sex and sexuality in African histories. We are excited to present the inaugural pieces in this series, which include an interview with Saheed Aderinto about his book…

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History Of Sexuality

US 2016: Hillary Clinton is not looking good.

Hillary Clinton is paying the price politically for her lies over the use of her personal email for her official duties as Secretary of State over classified document, despite government regulation against the practice and the lies are pulling down her polls and majority of the Democrats may not trust her anymore, even the liberal press MSBC and her number one fan Mika of Morning Joe talk show is not looking comfortable defending her lies. 823 more words


Day 3: Team Ralph in Kumi - Nyero Rock Paintings

A civilization cast in stone.

Dusk sets in leaving just a few lingering rays from the setting sun as we drive northwards towards Kumi district in Eastern Uganda. 1,105 more words