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In this episode of The Leaderboard, we discuss with Don Jazzy about the Music Industry in Nigeria and Globally focusing on Artistry, Content, His Reflections and His Music Enterprise. #theleaderboardshow #donjazzy
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This video is all about Yoruba, one of the major languages of Nigeria, and spoken by much of the Nigerian diaspora around the world.
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16 Views · 12 months ago
How To Know If Your Girlfriend or Wife Is Cheating On You
Men needs to pay attention to the major signs exhibited by women once they started cheating.
Cheating is not a good thing in relationships, so many women in relationships engage in it for certain type of satisfactions and there is a particular saying that goes thus;
"If A Cheating woman did not kill herself, she will surely succeed in killing the boyfriend or husband".
For guys who are seeking healthy relationship, this is for you. Once you notice any of these signs, try to get your facts right and be certain that your woman is sure cheating and once you're sure, jet out of the relationship.
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Let's look at a map and see a summary of the different phases of exploration, conquests and colonization of African territories by European powers, beginning from the mid-15th century.
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00:00 Trade routes
00:37 Portuguese rule
01:24 European competition
03:06 European domination
04:03 First resistance
04:54 The World Wars
08:25 Algerian War
09:00 Portuguese colonies
09:33 Last departures
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In the past few centuries, few corners of the African Continent were quite as busy as the south. It's a winding river from the first migrations and waves of colonists in the Cape Colonies to the Rainbow Nation we know today, so let's dive in and see how it all played out!
SOURCES & Further Reading for Black History Month:
— "The African Experience From 'Lucy' to Mandela" From the Great Courses Plus, lectures 15-18 "South Africa: The Dutch Cape Colony & The Zulu Kingdom & Frontier and Unification & Diamonds and Gold", 26 "Segregation and Apartheid in South Africa", and 32 "The South African Miracle"
— "Born A Crime" by Trevor Noah: https://bookshop.org/books/bor....n-a-crime-stories-fr
— Home Team History is a YouTube channel covering all corners of the African continent. They have several videos about Southern Africa, such as "A History of Stone Architecture in Southern Africa" (https://youtu.be/0U4Wu3CmL0U) and "Southern Africa: The Birthplace of Iron Mining" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9HO0ORrzhQ), and "A history of the Xhosa People" (https://youtu.be/axajPiZnDqo)
— Lastly, looking to modern times, it's important to recognize how the COVID crisis has exacerbated massive preexisting disparities between healthcare for Black and minority communities and that of white Americans. It's not enough to just acknowledge history, we all have a responsibility to understand modern problems and work on solutions. Read more: (https://www.scientificamerican.....com/article/too-man and please consider Donating to support the NAACP's COVID relief programs: (https://naacp.org/coronavirus/....coronavirus-resource
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12 Views · 12 months ago
This is a Collaboration with 26 other History Channels. Project Africa takes a look at the History of Africa. This video talks about the European Scramble and Partition of Africa.
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Williams, Christopher. "Explaining the Great War in Africa: How Conflict in the Congo Became a Continental Crisis." The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 37, no. 2 (2013): 81-100.
International Crisis Group, “Congo at War: A Briefing on the Internal and External Players in the Central African Conflict,” November 17, 1998.
John F. Clark, “Museveni’s Adventure in the Congo War: Uganda’s Vietnam?” in The
African Stakes of the Congo War, ed. John F. Clark (New York: Palgrave Macmillan,
Group of Experts on the Democratic Republic of the Congo, “Report of the Panel of Experts on the Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources and Other Forms of Wealth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo,” April 12, 2001
Nzongola-Ntalaja, Georges. The Congo from Leopold to Kabila: A Peoples History. London: Zed Books, 2013.
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In this episode Zeinab Badawi travels to the country of her birth and the very region of her forefathers and mothers: northern Sudan where she sheds light on this little-known aspect of ancient African history, the great Kingdom of Kush.
Its kings ruled for many hundreds of years and indeed in the eighth century BC they conquered and governed Egypt for the best part of 100 years. Furthermore, Kush was an African superpower. Its influence extended to the modern day Middle East.
Zeinab visits the best preserved of Sudan’s one thousand pyramids and shows how some of the ancient customs of Kush have endured to this day.
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The African continent is famous for its poverty… But many people don’t know the complete reason why Africa is so poor. In this video we will look from the point when African countries were rich and powerful, how over the centuries Africa lost its wealth, and why Africa hasn’t been able to crawl out of it’s poverty while so many other countries and former colonies have.
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How centuries of division built one of the most unequal countries on earth.
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For decades, South Africa was under apartheid: a series of laws that divided people by race. Then, in the 1990s, those laws were dismantled. But many of the barriers they created continue to divide South Africans by skin color - which in turn determines their quality of life, access to jobs, and wealth. Racial division was built into the fabric of cities throughout South Africa, and it still hasn't been uprooted.
That's partly because, while apartheid was the culmination of South Africa's racial divisions, it wasn't the beginning of them. That story starts closer to the 1800s, when the British built a network of railroads that transformed the region's economy into one that excluded most Black people -- and then made that exclusion the law.
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Booming cities on the eastern coast of Africa come in contact with dynastic China in the 8th century. For centuries, rumors and sporadic contact bring the two distant worlds ever closer. Then, in the 15th century, Zheng He leads a massive expedition to Africa. This is what he saw.
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Jinyuan, G. (1984). China and Africa: The Development of Relations over Many Centuries. African Affairs. African Affairs, 83(331), 241–250. https://doi.org/10.2307/721561
Chirikure, S. (2014). Land and Sea Links: 1500 years of connectivity between Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean Rim regions, AD 700 to 1700. African Archaeological Review, 31(4), 705–724. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10437-014-9171-6
Dashu, Q. (2022, April 9). An investigation of Chinese ceramics discovered in Kenya and major conclusions. ART.ZIP. Retrieved August 31, 2022, from https://www.artzip.org/investi....gation-chinese-ceram
Levathes, L. (1994). When China ruled the seas: The treasure fleet of the dragon throne, 1405-1433. Oxford University Press.
A key secondary source for Zheng He's voyages.
Nuwer, R. (2013, March 15). Six centuries ago, Chinese explorers left this coin behind in Africa. Smithsonian.com. Retrieved August 31, 2022, from https://www.smithsonianmag.com..../smart-news/six-cent
Smidt, W. G. C. (2001). A Chinese in the Nubian and Abyssinian Kingdoms (8th century). Chroniques Yéménites, (9). https://doi.org/10.4000/cy.33
Snow, P. (1989). The Star Raft: China's encounter with Africa. Cornell University Press.
This work provided much of the information on Chinese-African contact prior to Zheng He.
Sudnik, M. (2021, February 23). Cultural Exchange in the tang dynasty - the journey of a tomb figure. Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art. Retrieved August 31, 2022, from https://asia.si.edu/learn/for-....educators/teaching-c
Tagliacozzo, E. (2022). From China to Africa: Prolegomenon. In In Asian waters: Oceanic worlds from Yemen to Yokohama (pp. 25–51). essay, Princeton University Press.
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Today, the Songhai Empire is all but forgotten by history. But this medieval kingdom was once the most powerful force in Africa.
Find out how this civilization grew up on the fringes of the Sahara Desert, among some of the most extreme conditions that nature can throw at us. Discover how it grew and flourished, passing through a process known as the imperial cycle, and learn about what ultimately caused its sudden and dramatic collapse.
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