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Born in Thieytou, Central Senagal, Afica – 1923-1986, the elder Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop of Muslim Wolof family. The elder Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop was a Senegalese historian, anthropologist, physicist, and politician who studied the histories and cultures of Africa and the African diaspora, particularly in relation to Egypt. He is known for his work […]

The Hidden Story of NASA’s African-American Women Mathematicians The United States may not have won the Space Race had it not been for the contributions of three African-American women. World War II left the US with a shortage of male labor, leading various federal agencies to begin hiring women. In 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt signed […]

Our Prime Objectives: To create, maintain and defend a self sustaining Pan African community Housing Project:  300 homes for rent sale and timeshare Learn More Goals We aim to provide one hundred family homes for the local community, one hundred and fifty family homes for diasporan Africans and fifty houses for tim see more… Plans […]

The Great Pyramids of Giza, located in Egypt, are a well-known ancient site that consists of three large pyramids, known as the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Pyramid of Khafre, and the Pyramid of Menkaure, as well as a number of smaller pyramids and other structures. The Great Pyramids of Giza are considered one of […]

Article was sourced from 25th December, 2022 Germany has returned over 20 Benin Bronzes stolen from Nigeria, back to the West African nation. the Benin Bronzes, which are a group of sculptures and other art objects that were created by the Kingdom of Benin in what is now modern-day Nigeria. The Bronzes were created […]

Marcus Garvey born: August 17, 1887 Died: June 10, 1940 Born in: St Ann’s Bay, Jamaica Lived in: London, England Marcus Mosiah Garvey Jr. Visit link: Created by, Jan 19, 2018 “If you have no confidence in self you are twice defeated in the race of life. With confidence you have won even […]

Our Parents & Ancestors Day Date: 3rd June 2023 5pm – 11pm Free Event: Elms Community Centre 86 Bellenden Road London SE15 4RQ   Brought to you by   For directions please see map below:

We work with African heritage women & girls who’ve experienced domestic or sexual abuse or who have lost a loved one to domestic violence. Our survivors are from many different sections of the African & Caribbean community, including the Rastafarian / Grass roots community – who are often on the fringes of society. Rastafarian women […] was created by a group of concerned listeners of both and Galaxy Radio 102.5FM. We felt that there was not any ‘one place’ where Africans in London could find other Africans offering general services or products for Africans living in London. The ones that are about seem tamed or not well maintained to […]

Introducing our Sista Auntie Jean Visit our Sista’s YouTube Channel for more the link below. I am aiming for Auntie Jean’s, Afrikan Cultural Market to be more than just an outlet for buying & selling, But Also A Meeting Place, in a Warm Friendly Family Orientated Environment & with a Great Atmosphere, Somewhere […]

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