Pan Africanism : Visions of Blackness: A Celebration of the Diaspora!

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    In the spirit of "Latino or Afro-Latino", I have decided to post pictures of Africans throughout the Diaspora. No doubt you will see people who look like family memberships. There is no denying that we all share the same ancestory. Speaking of which, I will begin with the ancestoral homeland of Mrs. PanAfrica, Guinea Ecuatorial:

    http://www.bisila.com/DATOS/chicas.jpg
     
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    Miriam Makeba -- South Africa

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    * Growing up in D.R to the rythm of PATA PATA, which became sort of a universal anthem, brings nothing but joyous memories of a revolutionary time when oppresed people said 'no more'.

    http://aolsvc.musicsearch.aol.com/artistbio.adp?artist_id=3344

    PEACE
     
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