Kpwe people
The Bakweri (or Kwe) are an ethnic group of the Republic of Cameroon. They are closely related to Cameroon's coastal peoples (the Sawa), particularly the Duala and Isubu.
According to Bakweri oral...
Baga people
The Baga people live in the coastal lowlands of Guinea. They belong to separate tribes sharing extensive cultural characteristics (from north to south of present day Guinea): the Mandori, the Sitemu, ...
Black people in Europe
African immigrants to Europe are European citizens and residents born in or with ancestors from Africa. Though it has increased massively in recent decades, immigration from Africa to Europe is not a ...
Black British population
Black British are British people of Black and African heritage, including those of African-Caribbean background, and may include people with mixed ancestry. The term has been used from the 1950s to re...
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Zemba language
Zemba (Dhimba) is a Bantu language spoken mainly in Angola where the language has about 18,000 speakers, and also in Namibia with some 4,000. It is closely related to Herero, and is often considered a...
Yalunka people
The Yalunka or Jallonke (French: Djallonké or Dialonké) are a Mande people who were one of the original inhabitants of the Futa Jallon (French: Fouta Djallon), a mountainous region in Guinea, ...
Customary law in South Africa
South African customary law refers to that usually uncodified legal system developed and practised by the indigenous communities of South Africa. Customary law has been defined asOfficially, in terms ...
Black British
Black British are British people of Black and African heritage, including those of African-Caribbean background, and may include people with mixed ancestry. The term has been used from the 1950s to re...
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Dwe'e people
The Dwe'e people, or Badwe'e (also Bajwe'e; French Badjoué) are an ethnic group inhabiting the rain forest zone of southeastern Cameroon. The Badwe'e live south of Messaména in the East Province in a ...
List of Nigerian traditional states
There are many traditional states in Nigeria. A partial list follows.Although the traditional rulers no longer officially have political power, they still have considerable status in Nigeria and the p...
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Wovea people
The Wovea are an ethnic group from the Republic of Cameroon. The people inhabits the coastal areas of the Fako division of the Southwest Province. The Wovea are one of the ethnic groups that comprise ...
Subu people
The Isubu (Isuwu, Bimbians) are an ethnic group who inhabit part of the coast of Cameroon. Along with other coastal peoples, they belong to Cameroon's Sawa ethnic groups. They were one of the earliest...
Subu people - Wikipedia
Limba people (Cameroon)
The Limba (or Malimba) are an ethnic group of the Republic of Cameroon. They belong to the Sawa peoples, those of the Cameroonian coast.
Limba and Duala oral history traces their ancestry back to ...
Bubi people
The Bubi people, also known as Voove, Pove, Bobes, Boobes, Boobees, Boobies, Boubies, Adeeyahs, Adeejahs, Adijas, Ediyas, Eris, Fernando Poans, Fernandians, and Bantu Speaking Bubi are a Bantu group o...
Bubi people - Wikipedia
Bantu peoples
Bantu peoples is used as a general label for the 300–600 ethnic groups in Africa who speak Bantu languages. They inhabit a geographical area stretching east and southward from Central Africa across th...
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St. Augustine Foot Soldiers Monument
St. Augustine Foot Soldiers Monument is located near the corner of King St. and Charlotte St. in the Southeast corner of the Plaza De La Constitucion (known as "the Plaza"), an historic public park in...
St. Augustine Foot Soldiers Monument - Wikipedia
African American Civil War Memorial
The African American Civil War Memorial, at the corner of Vermont Avenue, 10th St, and U Street NW in Washington, D.C., commemorates the service of 209,145 African-American soldiers and sailors who fo...
African American Civil War Memorial - Wikipedia
LeDroit Park, Washington, D.C.
LeDroit Park is a neighborhood in Washington, D.C. located immediately southeast of Howard University. Its borders include W Street to the north, Rhode Island Avenue and Florida Avenue to the south, ...
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Ogoni people
The Ogoni Kingdom (also known as the Ogonis) are one of the many indigenous peoples in the region of southeast Nigeria. They number about 1.5 million people and live in a 404-square-mile (1,050 k...
Kombe people
Kombe people are an African ethnic group, members of the Bantu group, who are indigenous to Equatorial Guinea. They are native speakers of the Kombe language.At the beginning of the twentieth century ...
Race in Brazil
Brazilian society is made up of a confluence of people of several different origins, from the original Native Americans, with the influx of Portuguese colonizers, Black African slaves, and recent Euro...
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Gokana kingdom
Gokana kingdom is one of the six kingdoms of the Ogoni people in Ogoni (also Ogoniland) in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. "Gokana kingdom" has geographic, historic and ethno-linguistic elements wi...
Nzime people
The Nzime are an ethnic group inhabiting the rain forest zone of southeastern Cameroon. The Nzime live along the road running south of Abong-Mbang, through Mindourou and Lomié, and forking to Zoulabot...