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3 ‘No Longer Strangers and Foreigners, but Fellow Citizens’: The Voice and Dream of Jacobus Eliza Capitein, African Theologist in the Netherlands (1717–47)
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written by Dienke Hondius, fl. 2011; in Belonging in Europe - The African Diaspora and Work (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 2011), 27-49
This publication does not just mark the presence of black people in Europe, but brings research to a new stage by making connections across Europe through the experience of work and labour. The working experience for black peoples in Europe was not just confined to ports and large urban areas -- often the place bl...
written by Dienke Hondius, fl. 2011; in Belonging in Europe - The African Diaspora and Work (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2013, originally published 2011), 27-49
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32. Alice Walker and the Legacy of African American Discourse on Africa
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written by Joseph McLaren, fl. 1980; edited by Ali A. Mazrui, 1933-2014, Carole Boyce Davies, fl. 1990 and Isidore Okpewho, 1941-2016; in The African Diaspora: African Origins and New World IdentitiesThe African Diaspora: African Origins and New World Identities (First paperback edition) (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001, originally published 1999), 525-537
The African Diaspora contributes to the debate between those who believe that the African origin of blacks in Western society is central to their identity and outlook and those who deny that proposition.Contributors include Niyi Afolabi, Adetayo Alabi, Celia M. Azevedo, Antonio Benítez-Rojo, Eliana Guerreiro Ramo...
written by Joseph McLaren, fl. 1980; edited by Ali A. Mazrui, 1933-2014, Carole Boyce Davies, fl. 1990 and Isidore Okpewho, 1941-2016; in The African Diaspora: African Origins and New World IdentitiesThe African Diaspora: African Origins and New World Identities (First paperback edition) (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001, originally published 1999), 525-537
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3. The Second Triangular Trade
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written by Ken Post, fl. 1967; in African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 1, December 1967, African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 1, December 1967 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: African Studies Association of the West Indies, 1967), 8-14
written by Ken Post, fl. 1967; in African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 1, December 1967, African Studies Association of the West Indies, Bulletin no. 1, December 1967 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: African Studies Association of the West Indies, 1967), 8-14
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written by United Kingdom. Colonial Office, in CO - Records of the Colonial Office, Commonwealth and Foreign and Commonwealth Offices, Empire Marketing Board, and related bodies. Division within CO - Correspondence with the colonies, entry books and registers of correspondence. CO 137 - Colonial Office and predecessors: Jamaica, Original Correspondence. Subseries within CO 137 - Correspondence, Original - Secretary of State, of United Kingdom. National Archives at Kew (London, England - Kew) (1908), Jamaica: Letters from government departments (Admiralty, Crown Agents, Foreign Office) on matters relating to Jamaica. Itemised and includes correspondence from the Foreign Office re: complaint of Jamaicans in Panama (CO/137/667) , 1 page(s)
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Ialorixa, Candomble Priestess (photo)
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(New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
Lalorixa, Candomble priestess.
(New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Ialorixa, Candomble Priestess (photo)
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(New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
Lalorixa, Candomble priestess.
(New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Ialorixa, Candomble Priestess (photo)
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(New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
Lalorixa, Candomble priestess.
(New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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Kinkasa, 11 years of Age, Nkanza, 8 years of Age, Llangollen, Wales, 1886 (albumen print)
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Lettsome and Sons (1886) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
Two boys from the Congo Training Institute for African Students. The Institute was established in 1890 by Rev. William Hughes with the aim of educating African students and preparing them to work as missionaries in their home countries.
Lettsome and Sons (1886) (New York, NY: Bridgeman Art Library), 1 page(s)
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