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Dreadlocks

DREADLOCKS   Dreadlocks are locks of hair that are formed from the union of many hairs ORIGIN OF DREADLOCK In ancient Egypt, bas-reliefs were found showing Egyptians with braided hairstyles. TECHNIQUES USE There are, however, two techniques for making dreadlocks: 1) the self-training method and 2) the manual creation method. Firstly, the hair is left …

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Ubuntu

UBUNTU   Ubuntu is an ethical principle, an existential value that drives interconnection, coexistence, and respect. It is a term of African origin, specifically in the Zulu and Xhosa languages. Among the natives of southern Africa, there is a beautiful famous saying that reads “umuntu, ngumuntu, ngabantu” which can be translated as “a person is …

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Thomas Sankara

Thomas Sankara Revolutionary, but without the idealism of Che Guevara, a fervent socialist, but without the Stalinist or Maoist drifts, third world, but without ever feeling sorry for himself, even as president of one of the poorest and most backward nations in the world, free mind, but practical and anything but utopian. In black Africa …

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The right to health

The right to health and well being for children of all ages.

THE RIGHT TO HEALTH The right to health in Africa is still a privilege for a few. The supply of vaccines makes apparent disparities between the north and south of the world, between developed and poorer countries, and how this economic distance is reflected in the ability of states to provide for the health of …

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Frantz Fanon

Frantz Fanon and the cultural alienation

FRANTZ FANON Frantz Fanon, psychiatrist and anthropologist native of Martinique, died on December 6, 1961, over 60 years ago. Frantz Fanon wrote “black-skinned Binche masks” hoping it would help the de-alienation of our people. In this book, he explains the powerful effects of colonialism on life in the 20th century.He examines the impact of colonialism on …

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