The above examples show that it is important to establish a school dedicated to the teaching of African
music and dance, as a way of preserving culture through African
music and dance for the betterment of the African
people by themselves.
Most central in Clarke's development as an intellect, Swanston writes, stood the Afro-Puerto Rican bibliophile and historian, Arthur Alfonso Schomburg, whose huge collection of books, pamphlets, and art work regarding African
(Black) people worldwide laid the foundation for the world-famous Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, New York.
Cree, findings already demonstrate that African
-Americans who have African
DNA at a certain site on chromosome number 1 are more resistant to MS.
Reich and his colleagues analyzed the genomes of nearly 1,600 African
Americans who had developed prostate cancer.
Rooks focuses on three magazines published, edited, and written by African
American women: Ringwood's Afro-American Journal of Fashion (1891-1894), Half-Century Magazine for the Colored Home and Homemaker (1916-1925), and Tan Confessions (1950-1952).
the average income of African
Canadian women was $20,029, while the average income of all Canadians was $29,769.
The new Africana (Oxford University Press, June 2005) is a five-volume set with more than 1,000 brand-new entries, as well as revised and updated entries accompanying the many biographies, maps and photographs, making this one of the most authoritative reference books ever written on the African
Several research studies have suggested that the extent to which African
American students employ motivational and cognitive processes in academic situations may relate to the manner in which Black students perceive their ethnicity (Franklin & Boyd-Franklin, 2000).
Ethiopia was the only African
country to rebuff European colonization, repulsing Italian invaders in 1806.
Okoye has had an uncommon opportunity to compare Catholicism in its American and African
contexts, as well as to explore the gifts each church can offer the other.
Dillard (2005) states "our aim in this book is to promote positive mental health among African
American Native Sons/ Daughters: Frederick Douglas, Harriet Tubman, Cab Calloway, Billie Holiday, Thurgood Marshall, Jada Pinkett Smith.
The credibility of published research is heavily dependent upon the peer review process, yet the average African
journal has only a limited number of manuscript reviewers.
Pritchett does not make the point explicitly, but Brownsville, Brooklyn is organized around the complicated interplay of "structure" and "agency" in the lives of African
Americans and Jews.