How Europeans stole the rights of the calendar invented by Africans

The wisdom, intelligence, and ingenuity that Africans possess have always been trampled upon by Euro-centric narrators of history. Over time, they have continued to trample on the achievements of black people maliciously. How many Africans would ever imagine that the current calendar we use in the world today was created by us? Millions of Africans have been educated with the

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Memories of the Wollof Queen who defended Senegal against French invasion in the 1800s live on forever

The invasion and tearing up of Africa happened on so many fronts and parts of the continent. Sometimes, it is believed that all the wars and brave resistances from Africans were not fully captured or reported. However, those brave Africans who defended our motherland will always be spoken about with pride. Africa did not just surrender to the wickedness of

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UConn Benton Museum in the African Spirit

UConn Benton Museum in the African Spirit

The Benton Museum is fueled by the spirit of Africa at UConn in Storrs. Souvenirs of Africa’ is the compilation by Prof. Emeritus Josef Gugler and donated in 2017, of masks, figurines, instruments, utensils and textiles from Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Congo and other African countries.In 1961–62 Gugler visited Nigeria and acquired straight from painters masks and other woodworks.

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