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A review of the activity of an informant
3 Views · 58 minutes ago
This is a breakdown of the false notion by Thomas Sowell that Ebonics or Afrikan American English comes from poor white folks from the British Isles.
0:07 Thomas Sowell doesnt understand Ebonics
1:00 Gullah words of Afrikan origin misinterpreted
3:00 Ebonics conjugation system
6:55 English words of Afrikan origin
Afrikanisms in North America by Dr. Joseph Holloway
Common words of African Origin Dr.William Megenney, University of California, Riverside
Afrikanisms in the Gullah dialect, Dr. Lorenzo Turner
Current Trends in Linguistics Dr. Bendor Samuel
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Dr. Rebecca Futo Kennedy presents on the Antiquity and Middle Ages Channel on the differences between Afrocentrism and Eurocentrism.
Join us in this thought-provoking video as we delve into the contrasting ideologies of Eurocentrism and Afrocentrism, exploring their impact on our understanding of history and culture. Eurocentrism, a widely dominant view, emphasizes the achievements and contributions of European cultures, often overlooking the perspectives and contributions of other cultures. Afrocentrism, on the other hand, focuses on centering and celebrating African history, culture, and achievements, challenging Eurocentric narratives that have historically marginalized Africa and its diaspora. We delve into the historical context that shaped these perspectives, examining the legacy of colonization, slavery, and the struggle for cultural recognition. Eurocentrism tends to portray European history as the pinnacle of human progress and often ignores or minimizes the contributions of non-European civilizations. Afrocentrism seeks to rectify this by highlighting the rich history and achievements of African civilizations such as Ancient Egypt, Mali, and Great Zimbabwe, showcasing their impact on world history and culture. We explore how Eurocentrism has influenced academia, education, and media, often shaping our understanding of world events and perpetuating stereotypes and biases. Afrocentrism challenges this narrative, striving to reclaim and center African perspectives, voices, and experiences. The video examines the ways in which Eurocentrism and Afrocentrism have influenced art, literature, and social movements, shaping cultural identity and promoting inclusivity. We discuss the importance of recognizing and embracing multiple perspectives, fostering a more balanced and nuanced understanding of history, and appreciating the diverse contributions of different cultures. Join us as we engage in a respectful exploration of these contrasting ideologies, aiming to encourage dialogue, understanding, and the celebration of cultural diversity in a global society. Subscribe now to broaden your perspective and embark on this enlightening journey into the world of Eurocentrism and Afrocentrism
Dr. Rebecca Futo Kennedy presents on the Antiquity and Middle Ages Channel on the Black presence in the ancient Mediterranean
Join us on a captivating journey through time as we uncover the evidence of Black people in the Mediterranean region. From ancient civilizations to the present day, the Mediterranean has a rich history of Black presence often overlooked. Explore historical records and archeological findings that showcase their integral role in ancient civilizations and trade networks. Witness fascinating artifacts, burial sites, and artwork that challenge prevailing narratives. Discover how Black individuals held positions of power in the Roman Empire, leaving an indelible mark. Learn about the influence of the Arab slave trade and the establishment of thriving Afro-Mediterranean communities. Through expert interviews and stunning visuals, this video sheds light on the often overlooked diversity of the Mediterranean's cultural tapestry. Prepare to be enlightened and inspired as we explore the evidence for Black people in the Mediterranean. Subscribe now to embark on this illuminating adventure!
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The Sons of Pharaohs in Modern Afrika
This is part 2 to my previous video Kemetic Roots of West Afrika. https://youtu.be/OL4huhGRCUc
In this video, I delve further into the archeaogenetic, historical linguistic and cultural anthropological data that links contemporary Afrikan populations to their evolutionary roots in the pharaohnic civilization and the Hapi River Valley continuum.
With this data it is IMPOSSIBLE to deny the ancestral links between ancient Kemet and modern Afrika.
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Intra Afrikan Diasporas 1:05
Kemetic trade with inner Afrika 2:45
Pastoral Domesticates 4:40
Biological Links: 5:50
Afrikan Oral Histories 7:12
Wangara Inter Empire 8:18
Fulani Histories 10:00
Igala Histories 11:10
Igbo Histories 12:25
Yoruba Histories 13:30
Songhai Histories 15:00
Mandé Histories 17:55
Mossi Histories 20:28
Wolof Histories 21:14
Ngrafi Histories 22:28
Sawa Histories 24:09
Effang Histories 25:06
Mandara Histories 26:17
Kongo Histories 27:10
Somali Histories 28:30
Swahili Histories 29:00
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