Pan Africanism : Runoko Rashidi - Panafricanist Scholor

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  1. Akilah

    Akilah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    "History is a light that illuminates the past, and a key that unlocks the door to the future." :teach:

    -- Runoko Rashidi : Historian , Research Specialist, Writer, Public Lecturer, & World Traveler


    The Global African Presence
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    http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/runoko.html



    Hey Destee's Family!!! :wave:

    Recently, while doing a little research on the indigenous peoples of Australia, I ran into this brother's website... Looks to be quite informational and enlightening . Hopfully you will find it as interesting and useful to the growth of your knowledge as I have...

    Much Peace,
    Akilah :read:
     
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    Great site Akilah, thanks for the post!
     
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    PanAfrica, you are most welcome..
    I was stunned by some of the info; especially the
    history about the african presence in India... :eeek:

    Much Peace,
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    Alaafia Brother XXPanthaXX :peace:


    Yes, I am familiar with
    the so called "Untouchables".
    These folk are thought to be that
    "African Presence" in Indian.
    Along with the Siddis, Tamils,
    and some Shuddras, their
    complexions are dark and their
    facial features and hair textures
    suggest their Alkebunan heritage.


    Much Peace,
    Akilah :spinstar:
     
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