African Links - Table of Contents
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GENERAL RESOURCES FOR AFRICAN STUDIES & HISTORY
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African National Congress: http://www.anc.org.za
The African National Congress was formed in 1912 to unite the peoples of
Africa and to work towards substantive reform of existing political,
economic, and social structures. The Congress is probably best known for its
work in South Africa, where they were the leading impetus behind the
negotiation of a democratic constitution for the nation in 1996. The Web
site contains a wealth of materials on ongoing advocacy activities of the
Congress, including their yearly conference and the activities of their
regional and provincial offices throughout South Africa. Perhaps the
strongest element of the site is the publication and documents section,
which contains the African National Congress weekly newsletter and their
annual reports. The historical document section is particularly valuable to
scholars and historians, as it holds seminal documents and papers germane to
the historical development of the Congress, along with the speeches and
writings of its presidents, who include Chief Albert J. Lutuli and Nelson
Mandela. Overall, the site is a valuable resource -- one that will be valued
by persons doing research on African political and cultural history. [KMG]

 

http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/slavery.htm

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AFRICAN TIMELINES: History, Orature, Literature, & Film
Table of Contents:
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...OR Index Page:
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AFRICAN ARTS & CULTURES LINKS 
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AFRICAN DIASPORA LINKS
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Jamaica National Heritage Trust
http://www.jnht.com/

Many visitors to Jamaica come only to visit the country's world famous
beaches along the Ocho Rios and the diverse resorts scattered along the
north coast of this Caribbean nation. For those persons planning a visit to
Jamaica, or those who are looking for information about sites of historic
and archaeological importance, the Jamaica National Heritage Trust will be
useful. Visitors to the site will find information about historic sites in
the country organized by geographical location (in this case, by parish) and
by building type or function, such as forts and churches. Each entry
contains information about the structure, along with the reasons for its
inclusion on the National Heritage list. The site also has material on the
Trust's outreach programs, such as the archaeological excavations throughout
the country, many of them dealing with the culture of the indigenous groups
and former slave communities. [KMG]
 

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AFRICAN FILM
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/hum211/afrfilms.htm
AFRICAN FILM CONTEXTS
http://web.cocc.edu/cagatucci/classes/hum211/afrfilmcontexts.htm

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AFRICAN MUSIC LINKS
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AFRICAN ORATURE & LITERATURE LINKS 
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AFRICAN WOMEN LINKS
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AFRICAN NEW LINKS
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