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Aardvark; Aardwolf; Sani Abacha; Abakua; Abdallah ibn Yasin; Abdelkader El Djezairi; Abeokuta; Abidjan; Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola; Peter Abrahams; Abron tribe; Abuja; Accra; Chinua Achebe; Acholi people; Adangme language; Adansonia; Addis Ababa; Afar people; Afonso I of Kongo; Africa; Africa Cup of Nations; African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights; African cinema (subarticles - Colonial-era African cinema; FEPACI; African films outside Francophone Africa; North and South African films); African elephant; African geomorphology; African initiated church; African National Congress; African socialism (subarticles - African socialism in action; Criticisms of African socialism; Principles of African socialism); African Union; Afrikaner; Afrobeat; Afusari; Isaias Afwerki; Agadja; Agaw people; Ahanta people; El Hajj Ahmadou Ahidjo; Ahmad Baba al Massufi; Mohamed Farrah Aidid; Ama Ata Aidoo; Aja people; Akan people; Akposo; Aksum; Akuapem; Akunakuna; Akyem; Alexandria; Algeria (subarticles - Early history of Algeria; French colonization of Algeria; Struggle for national independence of Algeria; Independent Algeria); Algiers; Almohad Caliphate; Almoravid Dynasty; Alur people; Elechi Amadi; Amazon; Americo-Liberian; Amhara people; Idi Amin; Ana; Anang; Ancient Egypt; Anga; Anglo-Egyptian Sudan; Angola (subarticles - Precolonial kingdoms and the slave trade; Colonial history of Angola; Angola (Portugal); Angolan War of Independence); Kofi Annan; Antaisaka people; Antananarivo, Madagascar; Antandroy; Antelope; Anti-Apartheid Movement; Anuak people; Anyi people; Apartheid in South Africa; Ayi Kwei Armah; Aro people; Arsi Oromo; Arusha people; Arusha, Tanzania; Ashanti people; Yaa Asantewaa; Askia Mohammad I; Asmara; Assin; Aswan High Dam; Atlas Mountains; Augustine of Hippo; Kofi Awoonor; Azania; Nnamdi Azikiwe; Mariama Ba; Ibrahim Gbadamosi Babangida; Baboon; Baga people; Jean-Baptiste Bagaza; Baggara; Bakele; Bakoko people; Bakossi people; Bakota; Bakweri; Abubakar Tafawa Balewa; Bamako; Bambara people; Bamileke people; Banda people; Bangui; Banjul; Bantu expansion (subarticles - Bantu origins; Bantu dispersion); Banu Hilal; Banu Sulaym; Baoule people; Bara people; Barghash ibn Sa'id; Bari people; Bariba people; Heinrich Barth; Bassa people (Cameroon); Bassa people (Liberia); Basutoland; Baoule people; Dona Beatrice; Bechuanaland; Henri-Konan Bedie; Bedouin; Beira, Mozambique; Beja people; Belgian Congo; Ahmed Ben Bella; Ahmadu Bello; Muhammad Bello; Bemba people; Bena people; Beni Amer; Benin (subarticles - History of Benin; Precolonial history of Benin; Kingdom of Dahomey; Franco-Dahomean wars and the fall of the Kingdom of Dahomey; French Dahomey; Benin independence; People's Republic of Benin); Benin bronzes; Chadli Benjedid; Berber people; Berlin Conference (1884); Bete people; Mongo Beti; Betsileo; Betsimisaraka people; Bight of Benin; Abebe Bikila; Stephen Biko; Bisharin; Bissau, Guinea-Bissau; Paul Biya; Alpha Blondy; Blue Nile; Edward Wilmot Blyden; Bobo people; Bobo-Dioulasso; Barthelemy Boganda; Jean-Bedel Bokassa; Bondei; Bongo people; Boomslang snake; Bophuthatswana; Borana Oromo people; P. W. Botha; Botswana (subarticles - History of Botswana; Bechuanaland Protectorate; Independent Botswana); Houari Boumediene; Habib ibn Ali Bourguiba; Boutros Boutros-Ghali; Bozo people; Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza; Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo; Andre Philippus Brink; British Central Africa; British Somaliland; Dennis Brutus; Bubi people; Zola Budd; Budu people; Bujumbura, Burundi; Bulawayo, Zimbabwe; Burkina Faso (subarticles - History of Burkina Faso; French Upper Volta; Colonial rule of Burkina Faso; Republic of Upper Volta; Agacher Strip War); Richard Francis Burton; Burundi (subarticles - History of Burundi; Kingdom of Burundi; Origins of Tutsi and Hutu; German East Africa; Ruanda-Urundi; Burundi genocide; Burundi Civil War; Post-war Burundi); Bushmen; Kofi Abrefa Busia; Pierre Buyoya; Bwiti; Cabora Bassa; Amilcar Cabral; Luís Cabral; Cacheu, Guinea-Bissau; Rene-Auguste Caillie; Cairo, Egypt; Camel; Cameroon (subarticles - History of Cameroon; Kamerun; Cameroun; British Cameroons); Cameroon Lions; Albert Camus; Cape Colony; Cape coloured; Cape Town, South Africa; Cape Verde (subarticles - History of Cape Verde; Portuguese Cape Verde; Peasant farming and maritime trade in Cape Verde; Anticolonial resistance in Cape Verde); Caprivi strip; Carthage (subarticles - History of Carthage; Ancient Carthage; Punic Wars; Hannibal; Battle of Carthage (c. 149 BC)); Lott Cary; Casablanca, Morocco; Joseph Ephraim Casely-Hayford; Castes; Castor bean; Central African Empire; Central African Republic (subarticles - Geography of the Central African Republic; History of the Central African Republic; Federation of French Equatorial Guinea; Slave trade in Central Africa); Cetshwayo; Chad (subarticles - Geography of Chad; History of Chad; Kingdom of Baguirmi; French Chad); Lake Chad; Chagga; Chamba people; Chari River; Cheetah; Chewa people; Chico Rei; John Chilembwe; Frederick Chiluba; Chimpanzee; Chimurenga music; Joaquim Chissano; Chokossi; Chokwe people; Joseph Cinque; Souleymane Cisse; John Pepper Clark; Cleopatra; Climate of Africa (subarticles - Topography of Africa; Winds of Africa; Latitude and the climate of Africa; Oceans of Africa); Clitoridectomy; Clothing in Africa (subarticles - African traditions of cloth production and design; Clothing traditions across the African continent; Foreign influences on the clothing of Africa; Contemporary trends in African clothing); Cobra (subarticles - Spitting cobra; Rhingals; Egyptian cobra); Cocoa bean; John Maxwell Coetzee; Comoros (subarticles - History of Comoros; Colonial rule of Comoros; History of Comoros (1978-1989)); Blaise Compaore; Conakry, Guinea; Congo River; Dahomey Amazons; Decolonization of Africa; Democratic Republic of the Congo (subarticles - History of the Democratic Republic of the Congo; Early Congolese history; Congo Free State; Belgian Congo; Congo Crisis; Mobuto Sese Seko); Lansana Conte; Cote d'Ivoire (subarticles - History of Cote d'Ivoire; Precolonial history of Cote d'Ivoire; French West Africa; Cote d'Ivoire independence; History of Cote d'Ivoire (1960-1999)); Cotonou, Benin; Samuel Ajayi Crowther; David Dacko; Moktar Ould Daddah; Dagari people; Dagomba people; Kingdom of Dahomey; Dakar, Senegal; Dan people; Joseph Kwame Kyeretwi Boakye Danquah; Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Date palm; Decolonization in Africa (subarticles - Causes of decolonization in Africa; Development of Africa as colonies; Political mobilization in Africa; French and British decolonization of Africa; Decolonization in Portuguese Africa; White rule in Southern Africa; Consequences of decolonization of Africa); Frederik Willem de Klerk; Blaise Diagne; Mohammed Dib; Digo people; Dingane; Dinka people; Alioune Diop; Hamani Diori; Abdou Diouf; Assia Djebar; Djenne-Djeno, Mali; Djenne, Mali; Djibouti (subarticles - History of Djibouti; Early history of Djibouti; French Somaliland); Djibouti, Djibouti; Samuel Kenyon Doe; Dogon people; Donatism; Jose Eduardo Dos Santos; Douala, Cameroon; John Langalibalele Dube; Duiker; Durban, South Africa; Johnny Mbizo Dyani; Earth pig; Ebola; Felix Eboue; Economic Community of West African States; Education in Africa (subarticles - Historical origins of the Western school in Africa; Post-independence expansion of education; Education reform under fiscal crisis in Africa); Lake Edward; Efik people; Efutu people; Egba people; Egypt (subarticles - History of Egypt; Ptolemaic Egypt; Roman Egypt; History of Muslim Egypt; Egypt under the Muhammad Ali dynasty; Modern Egypt; Arab nationalism in Egypt); Ancient Kingdom of Egypt (subarticles - Prehistoric Egypt; Early Dynastic Period of Egypt; Old Kingdom of Egypt; First Intermediate Period of Egypt; Middle Kingdom of Egypt; Second Intermediate Period of Egypt; New Kingdom of Egypt; Third Intermediate Period of Egypt; Late Period of ancient Egypt; Achaemenid Egypt); Egyptian Book of the Dead; Egyptian mythology (subarticles - Ancient Egyptian creation myths; Local gods in Egyptian mythology; Amun; Art of ancient Egypt; Ancient Egyptian burial customs); Ekoi people; Cyprian Ekwensi; El Hadj Umar Tall; Eland (Common eland; Giant eland); Embu people; Buchi Emecheta; Equatorial Guinea (subarticles - History of Equatorial Guinea; Pre-colonial history; Colonial era of Equatorial Guinea; Familial politics and underdevelopment in independent Equatorial Guinea); Eritrea (subarticles - History of Eritrea; Kingdom of Aksum; Italian Eritrea; Eritrean War of Independence); Ethiopia (subarticles - History of Ethiopia; Dʿmt; Kingdom of Aksum; Ethiopian-Adal War; Zemene Mesafint; Ethiopian Civil War); Ethiopian Empire; Ethiopian Jews; Ethiopian Orthodox Church; Ethiopian script; Akin Euba; Cesaria Evora; Ewe people; Gnassigngbe Eyadema; Fante people; Nuruddin Farah; Safi Faye; Fennec fox; Fes, Morocco; Fipa people; Ruth First; Fon people; Fouta Djallon; Frankie Fredericks; Freedom Charter; Freetown, Sierra Leone; French Dahomey; French Equatorial Africa; French Guinea; French Somaliland; French Soudan; French Territory of the Afars and the Issas; French Togoland; French West Africa; Front de Liberation National; Front for the Liberation of Mozambique; Athol Fugard; Fulani; Fur people; Ga people; Gabon (subarticles -History of Gabon; Early history of Gabon; French occupation of Gabon; Independent Gabon); Gaborone, Botswana; Galago; Vasco da Gama; The Gambia (subarticles - History of The Gambia; Early history of The Gambia; British colonialism in The Gambia; Gambian independence); Gambia River; Ganda people; John Garang De Mabior; Gbari; Gbaya people; Gedi; Ge'ez language; Geography of Africa; Haile Gebrselassie; Haile Gerima; German East Africa; German South-West Africa; Ghana (subarticles - History of Ghana; Precolonial history of Ghana; Portuguese Gold Coast; Gold Coast (British colony); Ghanaian coffin art; Giraffe; Giriyama; Gisu; Gladiolus; Gnu; Gogo people; Gonder, Ethiopia; Gonja people; Nadine Gordimer; Goree Island; Gorilla; Hassan Gouled Aptidon; Yakubu Gowon; Great Escarpment; Great Zimbabwe (and its predecesor Mapungubwe); Grebo people; Grusi; Lamine Gueye; Guinea (subarticles - History of Guinea; Early history of Guinea; Colonial era of Guinea; Guinean independence; Post independence Guinea); Guinea-Bissau (subarticles - History of Guinea-Bissau; Early history of Guinea-Bissau; Portuguese domination of Guinea-Bissau and the slave tade; Portuguese colonialism and African resistance in Guinea-Bissau; Independence of Guinea-Bissau); Gurage; Gurma; Gusii people; Tapfuma Gutsa; Ha people; Juvenal Habyarimana;Hadendowa; Hadza people; Haile Selassie I; Chris Hani; Harare, Zimbabwe; Haratine; Hartebeest; Hausa language; Hausa people; Haya people; Bessie Head; Hehe people; Herero people; Hippopotamus; HIV/AIDS in Africa; Abid Mohamed Medoun Hondo; Honeyguide; Hornbill; Felix Houphouet-Boigny; Trevor Huddleston; Human rights in Africa (subarticles - Human rights in Africa since independence; Human rights in Pan-African treaty law; African record on human rights; Future of human rights in Africa); Hunde people; Hutu; Hyena; Ibadan, Nigeria; Ibibio people; Ibn Battutah; Abdullah Ibrahim; Idoma people; Idris of Libya; Igala; Igbo people; Dick Ihetu; Ijaw people; Impala; Infibulation; Inkatha Freedom Party; Iramba people; Iraqw people; Isis; Islamic fundamentalism (subarticles - Defining Islamic fundamentalism; History of Islamic fundamentalism; Islamic fundamentalism as self-determination in the modern context); Islamic Salvation Front; Isoko people; Issa (clan); Iteso; Itsekiri; Ittu; Ivory trade; Iyasu I; Leander Starr Jameson; Yahya Jammeh; Jarbah, Tunisia; Dawda Kairaba Jawara; Johannesburg, South Africa; Jola people; Anerood Jugnauth; Juju music; Kaabu; Laurent-Desire Kabila; Kabre; Kabwe, Zambia; Kabylia; Clements Kadalie; Paul Kagame; Kaguru people; Apolo Kagwa; Kahina; Kairouan, Tunisia; Kakwa people; Kalahari Desert; Kalanga people; Kalenjin people; Kamba people; Kampala, Uganda; Kana; Kanembu people; Kano, Nigeria; Kanuri people; Karimojon; Joseph Kasavubu; Kasena; Kateb Yacine; Kenneth Kaunda; Kavango; Kipchoge Keino; Modibo Keita; Kenya (subarticles - History of Kenya; Early history of Kenya; East Africa Protectorate; Kenya Colony; Kenya African Union; Kenyan postcolonial development and nationhood; Kenya in the 1990s); Jomo Kenyatta; Mathieu Kerekou; Kerere; Keyo; Ibn Khaldun; Khaled Hadj Brahim; Khama III; Seretse Khama; Khartoum, Sudan; Khoikhoi; Khoisan languages; Angelique Kidjo; Kiga people; Kigali, Rwanda; Kikuyu people; Mount Kilimanjaro; Simon Kimbangu; King Leopold's Ghost; King Sunny Ade; Kinga people; Kingdom of Aksum; Kingdom of Benin; Kingdom of Ghana; Kingdom of Kush (subarticles - Kerma culture; Kush); Mary Henrietta Kingsley; Sylvie Kinigi; Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo; Kipsigi; Kissi people; Joseph Kiwanuka; Kola nut; Kom people (Cameroon); Asare Konadu; Alpha Oumar Konare; Kong Empire; Kongo people; Konkomba; Kono people; Konso people; Koranko; Koumbi Saleh, Mauritania; Seyni Kountche; Kpelle people; Kposo people; Yusef Komunyakaa; Kru people; Kudu; Kumasi, Ghana; Kuria people; Kusasi people; Fela Anikulapo Kuti; KwaZulu-Natal; Kwere people; Ladysmith Black Mombazo; Lagos, Nigeria; Alex La Guma; Lake Malawi; Lalibela; Lamu; Langi people; Law in Africa (subarticles - [[Colonial and present day conceptions of customary law in Africa; Three periods of constitutional construction in Africa; Africa and some international legal commitments); Camara Laye; Louis Leakey; Mary Douglas Nicol Leakey; Richard Erskine Frere Leakey; Lebna Dengel; Lega people; Lemur; Lendu; Leo Africanus; Leopard; Leopold II of Belgium; Lesotho (subarticles - History of Lesotho; Precolonial history of Lesotho; Basutoland; Kingdom of Lesotho); Doris Lessing; Liberia (subarticles - History of Liberia; Early history of Liberia; American Colonization Society; Republic of Liberia; First Liberian Civil War; Samuel Doe; Charles Taylor (Liberian politician); Second Liberian Civil War); Libreville, Gabon; Libya (subarticles - History of Libya; Ancient Libya; Roman Libya; Islamic Tripolitania and Cyrenaica; History of Ottoman Libya; Italo-Turkish War; History of Libya as Italian colony; Kingdom of Libya; History of Libya under Gaddafi); Lilongwe, Malawi; Limba people (Sierra Leone); Pascal Lissouba; David Livingstone; Kingdom of Loango; Lobi people; Logo people; Loke; Lokele; Loko people; Loma people; Lome, Togo; Tegla Loroupe; Lozi people; Luba people; Frederick John Dealtry Lugard; Lugbara people; Luhya people; Patrice Lumumba; Lunda people; Luo (Kenya and Tanzania); Lusaka, Zambia; Albert John Luthuli; Lycaon pictus; Maasai people; Wangari Maathai; Maba people; Graca Machel; Samora Moises Machel; Francisco Macias Nguema; Madagascar (subarticles - Precolonial history of Madagascar; Merina people; Betsileo people; Bezanozano; Sihanaka; Tsimihety people; Bara people; Antankarana; Sakalava people; Vezo people; Mahafaly; Antandroy; Antaisaka people; Antambahoaka; Antemoro people; Tanala; Betsimisaraka people; Andrianampoinimerina; Radama I; Ranavalona I; Radama II; Rasoherina; Ranavalona II; Ranavalona III; Franco-Hova Wars; First Madagascar expedition; Second Madagascar expedition; Colonial history of Madagascar; Independent Madagascar; Contemporary Madagascar); Madi people; Winnie Madikizela-Mandela; Mahdist Sudan; Samuel Maherero; Najib Mahfuz; Maka people; Miriam Zenzi Makeba; Makonde people; Makua people; Malabo, Equatorial Guinea; Malagasy language; Malawi (subarticles - Agriculture in Malawi; British Central Africa Protectorate; Christianity in Malawi; Communications in Malawi; Demographics of Malawi; Districts of Malawi; Early history of Malawi; Economy of Malawi; Education in Malawi; Elections in Malawi; Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland; Foreign relations of Malawi; Geography of Malawi; Hastings Banda; Healthcare in Malawi; History of Malawi; History of Malawi after Banda; Independent Malawi; Islam in Malawi; List of cities in Malawi; Malawian Defence Force; Malawian food crisis; Maravi; Military of Malawi; Music of Malawi; Nyasaland; Politics of Malawi; Rail transport in Malawi; Regions of Malawi; Roman Catholicism in Malawi; Transport in Malawi); Mali (subarticles - Bambara Empire; Cercles of Mali; Communes of Mali; Culture of Mali; Demographics of Mali; Early history of Mali; Economy of Mali; Education in Mali; Foreign relations of Mali; French conquest and colonial rule of Mali; French Sudan; French West Africa; Geography of Mali; Ghana Empire; Health in Mali; History of Mali; Independent Mali; Kaarta; Kenedougou Kingdom; Mali Empire; Mali Federation; Massina Empire; Military of Mali; Politics of Mali; Regions of Mali; Religion in Mali; Saadi Dynasty; Songhai Empire; Toucouleur Empire; Wassoulou Empire); Mali Empire; Mambila; Mambwe people; Mamluk State; Mamprusi; Mande peoples; Nelson Mandela; Mandija; Mandinka peoples; Mangbetu people; Manjaco; Manyika; Jack Mapanje; Thomas Mapfumo; Maputo; Marabout; Marrakech, Morocco; Hugh Masekela; Maseru, Lesotho; Quett Ketumile Joni Masire; Massawa, Eritrea; Matengo; Andre Matsoua; Matumbi people; Mau Mau Rebellion; Mauritania (subarticles - Colonial Mauritania; History of Mauritania; History of Mauritania (1960–1978); History of Mauritania (1978–1991); History of Mauritania (1991–present); Precolonial Mauritania; Serer ancient history); Mauritius (subarticles - British Mauritius; Contemporary Mauritius; Dutch Mauritius; French Mauritius; History of Mauritius; Independent Mauritius; Precolonial history of Mauritius); Ali A. Mazrui; Leon Mba; Mbaka; Thabo Mbeki; Mbochi; Mbole people; Tom Mboya; Mehafaly; Albert Memmi; Mende people; Haile Mariam Mengistu; Menilek II; Merina people; Meru people; Mfecane; Mfengu; Michel Micombero; Mijikenda; Millet; Benjamin Mkapa; Mobuto Sese Seko; Mogadishu, Somalia; Daniel arap Moi; Mombasa, Kenya; Monrovia, Liberia; Morocco (subarticles - History of Morocco; French protectorate of Morocco; Independent Morocco); Moshoeshoe I; Mossi Kingdoms; Mossi people; Mount Cameroon; Mount Kenya; Mozambican National Resistance; Mozambique (subarticles - History of Mozambique; Early history of Mozambique; Portuguese East Africa; Independent Mozambique; Mozambican Civil War; Structural adjustment and peace); Es'kia Mphahlele; Mpondo; Msiri; Mswati III; Hosni Mubarak; Robert Mugabe; Bakili Muluzi; Mumuye; Musa I of Mali; Yoweri Museveni; Musgu; Mutesa I; Mwera people; Ali Hassan Mwinyi; Nairobi, Kenya; Nama people; Namib Desert; Namibia (subarticles - Economy of Namibia; German South-West Africa; History of Namibia; Nationalism and the struggle for independence; Politics of Namibia; Precolonial history of Namibia; South African occupation of Namibia); Gamal Abdel Nasser; National Party (South Africa); National Union for the Total Independence of Angola; Nationalism in Africa (subarticles - Identity and nationalism in Libya and Kenya; Labor and nationalist movements in Africa; Nationalism in contemporary Africa); Beyers Naude; Ndau people; N'Djamena, Chad; Nefertiti; Agostinho Neto; Ngbandi people; Ngindo; Ngonde; Ngoni people; Marien Ngouabi; Ngugi wa Thiong'o; Nguni people; Niamey, Niger; Niger (subarticles - History of Niger; Early history of Niger; Niger as a French colony; Independent Niger; Transition to democracy); Niger River; Nigeria (subarticles - History of Nigeria; Early history of northern Nigeria; Early history of southern Nigeria; History of Nigeria (1500-1800); First Nigerian Republic; Nigerian Civil War; Second Nigerian Republic); Nile crocodile; Nile River; Gaafar Muhammad al-Nimeiri; Joshua Nkomo; Kwame Nkrumah; Harry Mwaanga Nkumbula; Nok culture; Northern Rhodesia; Nouakchott, Mauritania; Ntare II; Nuba; Nubia; Nubian people; Nuer people; Samuel Nujoma; Nupe people; Flora Nwapa; Nyakyusa people; Nyamwezi people; Nyasaland; Julius Kambarage Nyerere; Nzima; Nzinga of Ndongo and Matamba; Olusegun Obasanjo; Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo; Milton Obote; Oginga Odinga; Grace Ogot; Christopher Okigbo; Ben Okri; Hakeem Olajuwon; Kole Omotoso; Organization of African Unity (subarticles - Structure of the Organization of African Unity; Problems of the Organization of African Unity; Successes of the Organization for African Unity); Oromo people; Oron people; Osei Tutu; Ostrich; Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso; Oubangui-Chari; Idrissa Ouedraogo; Mahamane Ousmane; Ousmane Sembene; Ovambo people; Kingdom of Oyo; Pan-Africanist Congress; Pande people; Pare people; Pass laws; Ange-Felix Patasse; Alan Paton; Okot p'Bitek; Pedi people; Aristedes Pereira; Ruth Perry; Louis Phal; Pedro Verona Rodrigues Pires; Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje; Gary Player; Pokot people; Polisario Front; Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola; Porto-Novo, Benin; Portuguese East Africa; Portuguese Guinea; Portuguese West Africa; Presence Africaine; Pretoria, South Africa; Land of Punt; Pygmy peoples; Muammar al-Qaddafi; Queen of Sheba; Rabat, Morocco; Rabih al-Zubayr; Seewoosagur Ramgoolam; Ramses III; Ranavalona I; Rangi people; Didier Ratsiraka; Jerry Rawlings; Albert Rene; Republic of Biafra; Republic of the Congo (subarticles - History of the Republic of the Congo; Early Congolese history; French rule of the Republic of the Congo; Road to independence of the Republic of the Congo); Réunion (subarticles - Precolonial history of Reunion; Colonial history of Reunion; Postcolonial developments of Reunion; Contemporary events of Reunion); Rhinoceros; Cecil Rhodes; Rhodesia; Northern Rhodesia; Robben Island; Rwanda (subarticles - History of Rwanda; Early Rwandan society; Kingdom of Rwanda; Ruanda-Urundi; Rwandan Civil War; Rwandan Genocide; Aftermath of the Rwandan Genocide); Anwar al-Sadat; Safwa people; Sahara; Sahel; Sahrawi people; Sa'id Sayyid ibn Sultan; Saint-Denis, Reunion; Sakalava people; Martin-Paul Samba; Samburu people; Samory Toure; Oumou Sangare; Thomas Sankara; Sao Tome and Principe (subarticles - Geography of Sao Tome and Principe; History of Sao Tome and Principe; Sugar and slaves; Coffee and Cocoa; Independence and uncertainty); Sara people; Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa; Denis Sassou-Nguesso; Jonas Savimbi; Olive Schreiner; Scramble for Africa; Sebei people; Sekhukhune; Sena people; Senegal (subarticles - History of Senegal; Serer ancient history; Coming of Europeans and the shift to the Atlantic trade; French conquest of Senegal; Independent Senegal); Senegal River; Senga people; Leopold Sedar Senghor; Senufo people; Serengeti National Park; Serer people; Sierra Leone (subarticles - History of Sierra Leone; Early history of Sierra Leone; Colonial era of Sierra Leone; Independent Sierra Leone); Sierra Leone Creole people; Sihanaka; Walter Sisulu; Slavery in Africa (subarticles - Before the Transatlantic slave trade; During the Transatlantic slave trade, 1450-1850; African slavery after the abolition of the Transatlantic slave trade); Joe Slovo; Ian Douglas Smith; Sobhuza II; Nicephore Soglo; Sokoto Caliphate; Somali people; Somalia (subarticles - History of Somalia; Early history of Somalia; Colonization; Independence); Somba people; Songhai Empire; Songhai people; Songye people; Soninke people; Sophiatown; South Africa (subarticles - Early history of South Africa; History of South Africa; History of South Africa (1652-1815); History of South Africa (1815-1910); History of South Africa (1910-1948); Apartheid in South Africa; History of South Africa (1994-present)); South African Communist Party; South-West Africa; South West Africa People's Organization; Southern African Development Community; Southern Rhodesia; Soweto; Wole Soyinka; Spanish Guinea; Spanish Sahara; Henry Morton Stanley; Siaka Stevens; Sudan (subarticles - History of Sudan; Early history of Sudan; Islamization of Sudan; History of Sudan (1821-1885); History of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan; First Sudanese Civil War; History of Sudan (1969-1985); National Revolutionary Command Council (Sudan); Second Sudanese Civil War; Transitional Military Council; History of Sudan (1986-present); Revolutionary Command Council for National Salvation); Suez Canal; Sufism; Sukuma people; Sultanate of Darfur; Sumbwa people; Sundiata Keita; Sunni Ali; Helen Suzman; Swahili coast; Swahili language; Swahili people; Swazi people; Swaziland (subarticles - History of Swaziland; Precolonial history of Swaziland; Period of concessions; Boer Swaziland; British Swaziland; Independent Swaziland); Taita people; Talensi; Tama people; Oliver Tambo; Tanala; Tanganyika; Lake Tanganyika; Sony Labou Tansi; Tanzania (subarticles - History of Tanzania; Precolonial history of Tanzania; Scramble for Africa; Heligoland–Zanzibar Treaty; Maji Maji Rebellion; East African Campaign (World War I); East Africa Protectorate; Zanzibar Revolution; Ujamaa); Maaouya Ould Sidi Ahmed Taya; Charles Ghankay Taylor; Salih al-Tayyib; Teke people; Temne people; Tetela people; Thebes, Egypt; Max Theiler; Harry Thuku; Tigre people; Tikar people; Alexandrine Pieternella Francoise Tinne; Tippu Tip; Tiv people; Miriam Tlali; Togo (subarticles - History of Togo; Precolonial history of Togo; German Togoland; British Togoland; French Togoland; Independent Togo); Andimba Toivo ja Toivo; William Richard Tolbert, Jr.; Francois Tombalbaye; Tombouctou, Mali; Toposa people; Toubou people; Ali Farka Toure; Sekou Toure; Moussa Traore; Tripoli; Truth and Reconciliation Commission (South Africa); Tsetse fly; Moise-Kapenda Tshombe; Tsimihety; Philbert Tsiranana; Tsonga people; Tswana people; Tuareg people; William Vacanarat Shadrach Tubman; Tugen people; Tukulor; Tumbuka people; Tunis, Tunisia; Tunisia (subarticles - History of Tunisia; History of early Tunisia; History of Punic-era Tunisia: chronology; History of Punic-era Tunisia: culture; History of Roman-era Tunisia; History of early Islamic Tunisia; History of medieval Tunisia; History of Ottoman-era Tunisia; History of French-era Tunisia; History of modern Tunisia); Tunjur people; Tupur; Turkana people; Turu people; Tutsi; Desmond Mpilo Tutu; Amos Tutuola; Twa; Uganda (subarticles - History of Uganda; Early history of Uganda; Uganda Protectorate; History of Uganda (1962-1971); History of Uganda (1971-1979); History of Uganda (1979-present)); Upper Senegal and Niger; Usman dan Fodio; Vai people; Valley of the Kings; Laurens Jan van der Post; Jan van Riebeeck; Venda people; Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd; Victoria Falls; Lake Victoria; Victoria, Seychelles; Joao Bernardo Vieira; Balthazar Johannes Vorster; Wala people; Wanga; George Weah; Western Sahara (subarticles - History of Western Sahara; Early history of Western Sahara; Spanish Sahara; Western Sahara conflict); Wildebeest; Windhoek, Namibia; Wodaabe; Wolof people; Xhosa people; Yaka people; Yalanka people; Yamoussoukro, Cote d'Ivoire; Yam (vegetable); Yao people (East Africa); Yaounde, Cameroon; Yombe people; Yoruba people; Fulbert Youlou; Youssou N'Dour; Albert Zafy; Zaghawa people; Zaire; Zambezi River; Zambia (subarticles - History of Zambia; Early Zambian societies; Northern Rhodesia; Independent Zambia); Zande people; Zanzibar (subarticles - History of Zanzibar; Precolonial history of Zanzibar; Colonial history of Zanzibar; Zanzibar revolution; List of sultans of Zanzibar; Zanzibar under the United Republic of Tanzania); Zaramo people; Zebra; Meles Zenawi; Zerma people; Zigua people; Zimbabwe (subarticles - Bantu expansion; Colonial history of Southern Rhodesia; Early history of European settlement in Zimbabwe; Economic history of Zimbabwe; Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland; History of Zimbabwe; Kingdom of Mapungubwe; Kingdom of Mutapa; Kingdom of Zimbabwe; Land reform in Zimbabwe; Matabeleland; Pre-colonial history of Zimbabwe; Rhodesia; Rozwi Empire; Southern Rhodesia; Zimbabwe Rhodesia); Zinder, Niger; Zinza people; Zulu people;

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Abbey people; African athletes abroad; Alcohol in Africa (subarticles - Indigenous beers of Sub-Saharan Africa; Alcohol, ritual, and socialization in Pre-colonial Africa; Alcohol in colonial Africa; International liquor conventions and Africa; Alcohol and nationalist politics in Africa; Alcohol in independent Africa); Alexandria and Grecian Africa (subarticles - Alexander the Great and Africa; Ptolemies; Cleopatra and Marc Antony); Ancient African civilizations (subarticles - Ancient Egypt and Africa; Early societies of the Sahara and Sahel; Empires of Ghana and Mali; Igbo-Ukwu, Ife, and Benin; Pre-Aksumite and Aksumite civilization in Ethiopia; Swahili coast and the East African interior; Anthropology in Africa (subarticles - Early days; Fieldwork: the anthropological method of research; Comparison of reconstructed "traditional" systems; Changing anthropology of a changing Africa; Topically specialized anthropology: Present-awareness and the historical moment); Arusi; Atakpame people; Aushi people; Ngwazi Hastings Kamuzu Banta; Charismatic Christianity in Africa; Christian missionaries in Africa; Forro people; Louis Hunkanrin; Konyaka;

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Henry Louis Aaron; Abakua; Diane Abbott; Robert Sengstacke Abbott; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar; Ralph David Abernathy; Mumia Abu-Jamal; Acapulco; Cannonball Adderley; Affirmative action in the United States (subarticles - Affirmative action and controversy; Legislation and Supreme Court rulings regarding affirmative action; Recent developments regarding affirmative action); African American art (subarticles - Arts and crafts during the Colonial, Federalist, and Antebellum years; Harlem Renaissance; Depression and World War II; Abstraction and realism during the Postwar years; African American art and postmodernism); African Blood Brotherhood; African Free School; African Meeting House; African Methodist Episcopal Church; African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church; African Orthodox Church; Afrocentrism; Afrocubanismo; Gonzalo Aguirre Beltran; Florence Ai Ogawa; AIDS in the United States; Alvin Ailey; Pedro Albizu Campos; Ira Aldridge; Clifford L. Alexander, Jr.; Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander; Jacques Stephen Alexis; Miguel Algarin; Muhammad Ali (subarticles - Louisville years; Professional boxing career; Ali's post-boxing career; Later years; Muhammad Ali in media and popular culture); Pablo Ali; Richard Allen (bishop); Allen Allensworth; Charles Henry Alston; American Anti-Slavery Society; American Civil War (subarticles - Economic causes of the American Civil War; Compromise of 1850; From compromise to confrontation; African American volunteers to fight; Blacks in Union camps; Blacks behind confederate lines; Momentum for abolitionism; Official black troops; Post Civil War North; Post Civil War South); American Colonization Society; American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations; American Negro Academy; American Negro Theatre; Anton Wilhelm Amo; Amos 'n' Andy; Amsterdam News; An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy; Eddie Anderson (comedian); Marian Anderson; Jose Bonifacio de Andrada e Silva; Benny Andrews; Maya Angelou; Anguilla; Antelope case; Antigua and Barbuda; Antilles; Antilynching Movement; Apollo Theater; Argentina (subarticles - History of Argentina; Conquest and the colonial period; 17th-18th century slave trade and occupations; Cofradias, naciones and mutual aid societies; Independence, abolition, and emancipation; 19th-century postabolition and the current situation); Jean-Bertrand Aristide; Alfredo "Chocolate" Armenteros; Lillian Hardin Armstrong; Louis Armstrong (subarticles - Louis Armstrong and racism; Early years; Move north and early recordings; Armstrong as a trumpeter; Armstrong the singer and entertainer; Social critic and ambassador to the world); Benjamin William Arnett, Jr.; Aruba; Arthur Robert Ashe, Jr.; Evelyn Ashford; Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History; Cholly Atkins; Atlanta; Atlanta Compromise; Atlanta Life Insurance Company; Atlanta Riot of 1906; Attica uprising; Crispus Attucks; Axe music; Babalao; Susana Baca; Buenaventura Baez; Jean Louis Baghio'o; Baha'i Faith; Bahamas; Bahia (subarticles - History of Bahia; Black history in colonial Bahia; African legacy in contemporary Bahia); Pearl Bailey; Augusta Baker; Ella J. Baker; Josephine Baker; Joaquin Balaguer; James Baldwin; Maria Louise Baldwin; James Presley Ball; Baltimore, Maryland; Toni Cade Bambara; Ernie Banks; Benjamin Banneker; Edward Mitchell Bannister; Baptists; Amiri Baraka; Barbados (subarticles - History of Barbados; Slavery in the British and French Caribbean; Amerindian presence on Barbados; British colonization of Barbados; Sugar cultivation in Barbados; Escalation of the slave trade in Barbados; 17th century slave society of Barbados; Black codes of Barbados; Slave resistance in Barbados; Free blacks and free colored in the 18th century in Barbados; Plantocracy of Barbados; Easter Rebellion of Barbados; Black emancipation and apprenticeship in Barbados; Black empowerment in Barbados; Barbadian indepencence; Post-independence of Barbados); Francis Barber; Jesse Max Barber; Jose Celso Barbosa; Rui Barbosa; Lorenzo Barcala; Miguel Barnet; Etta Moten Barnett; Ray Barretto; Pilar Barrios; Marion Shepilov Barry, Jr.; Richmond Barthe; Count Basie; Basketball (subarticles - Black participation in college basketball; Race and ethnicity in the NBA; Early black college basketball programs; Basketball in American cities; Harlem Globetrotters; Earliest years of women in basketball; Interracial competition in basketball; American integration and its effect on basketball; Women's professional basketball and blacks); Jean-Michel Basquiat; Charlotta Spears Bass; Clayton Bates; Daisy Lee Gatson Bates; Fulgencio Batista; Kathleen Battle; Mario Bauza; King Bayano; Romare Bearden; Delilah Isontium Beasley; Louise Beavers; Sidney Joseph Bechet; James Pierson Beckwourth; Jose Bedia; Harold George Belafonte; Belize (subarticles - History of Belize; Early Belize; African slaves in Belize; Free blacks in Belize; Economic decline; Belize independence); Dantes Bellegarde; Saint Benedict of Palermo; Jorge Benjor; Lerone Bennett, Jr.; Louise Bennett; Berbice Slave Revolt; Berimbau; Bermuda; Charles Edward Anderson Berry; Leon Brown Berry; Mary Frances Berry; Ramon Emeterio Betances; Mary McLeod Bethune; Beulah (series); Henry Walton Bibb; Wilson Bigaud; John Biggers; Biguine; Benkos Bioho; Vere Cornwall Bird; The Birth of a Nation; Maurice Bishop; Sanford Bishop; Black Arts Movement; Black Cabinet; Black church (subarticles - Early influences on the black Church; White Protestantism and slavery; Slave religion; Early black Baptist churches in the South; Early black churches of Philadelphia; African Methodist Episcopal Church; African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church; Christian Methodist Episcopal Church; Black pentecostal movements; Economic development of the black church; Education and the black church); Black Entertainment Television; Black History Month; Black Power; Black Seminoles; Black Swan Records; Black Vernacular English; Unita Blackwell; Eubie Blake; Art Blakey; Blaxploitation films; Julius C. Bledsoe; Guion Stewart Bluford, Jr.; Blues (subarticles - Origin of the blues; Musical characteristics of the blues; Blues lyrics; Early regional blues styles; Great Migration and the dissemination of the blues; Blues since World War II; History of blues; Blues in the 1990s); Edward Wilmot Blyden; Paul Boateng; Paul Bogle; Bola de Nieve; Bola Sete; Buddy Bolden; Bolero; Jane Mathilda Bolin; Horace Mann Bond; Julian Bond; Marita Bonner; Arna Bontemps; Boogaloo; Boogie woogie; William Holmes Borders; Bossa nova; Boukman; Boukman Eksperyans; Jean-Pierre Boyer; Alex Bradford; Edward R. Bradley; Thomas Bradley; Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw; William Stanley Beaumont Braithwaite; Dionne Brand; Edward Kamau Brathwaite; Breakdancing; George Frederick Polgreen Bridgetower; Cyril Valentine Briggs; Andrew F. Brimmer; Claudio Brindis de Salas; Virginia Brindis de Salas; Brixton riots of 1981; Erna Brodber; Edward W. Brooke, III; Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks; William Lee Conley Broonzy; Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters; Anne Wiggins Brown; Carlinhos Brown; Charlotte Hawkins Brown; Claude Brown; Corrine Brown; Hallie Quinn Brown; Henry Box Brown; Hubert G. Brown; James Brown; Jim Brown; John Brown; Ronald H. Brown; Ruth Brown; Sterling Allen Brown; Tony Brown; Brown v. Board of Education; Willa Brown; William Wells Brown; Willie Lewis Brown, Jr.; Blanche Kelso Bruce; Ronnie Brunswijk; Buffalo Soldiers; Edward Bullins; Ralph Johnson Bunche; Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands; Julia de Burgos; Yvonne Brathwaite Burke; Henry Thacker Burleigh; Linden Forbes Sampson Burnham; Anthony Burns; Nannie Helen Burroughs; Anita Bush; Bussa; Alexander Bustamante; Octavia Estelle Butler; Tubal Uriah Butler; Calvin O. Butts III; Manuel del Cabral; Lydia Cabrera; Cakewalk; Domingos Caldas Barbosa; Cab Calloway; Calypso; Godfrey MacArthur Cambridge; Roy Campanella; Luther Campbell; Naomi Campbell; Jose Campeche; Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons; Candomble; Jacobus Elisa Capitein; Capoeira (subarticles - Capoeira game; Origins of Capoeira; Early history of capoeira; Capoeira today); Jan Carew; Rod Carew; Stokely Carmichael; Alejo Carpentier; Wynona Carr; Walter C. Carrington; Diahann Carroll; Julia Carson; Aida Cartagena Portalatin; Benny Carter; Betty Carter; Martin Carter; Cartola; George Washington Carver; Mary Ann Camberton Shadd Cary; Elizabeth Catlett; Alejandro Garcia Caturla; Dorival Caymmi; Horace Roscoe Cayton, Jr.; Aime Cesaire; Wilt Chamberlain; Patrick Chamoiseau; James Earl Chaney; Tracy Chapman; Manno Charlemagne; Mary Eugenia Charles; Ray Charles; Barbara Dewayne Chase-Riboud; Marie Chauvet; Benjamin Franklin Chavis, Jr.; John Chavis; Chubby Checker; Charles Waddell Chesnutt; Chess Records; Chicago Defender; Chicago Riots of 1919; Chico Rei; Alice Childress; Shirley Chisholm; Donna Christian-Green; Henri Christophe; Church of God in Christ; Robert Reed Church, Sr.; Cinema Novo; Joseph Cinque; Civil Rights Congress; Austin C. Clarke; John Henrik Clarke; Septima Poinsette Clark; William Lacy Clay; Eva Clayton; Eldridge Leroy Cleaver; Roberto Clemente; Rufus Early Clement; James Edward Cleveland; Jimmy Cliff; Michelle Cliff; George Clinton; James Clyburn; Jewell Plummer Cobb; William Montague Cobb; Massillon Coicou; Nat King Cole; Bessie Coleman; Ornette Coleman; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor; Robert H. Colescott; Jesus Colon; Willie Colón; John William Coltrane (subarticles - Early years; Later years); Sean Combs; Compas; Maryse Conde; James Hal Cone; Rafael Confiant; Congress of Racial Equality; Congressional Black Caucus; Sam Cooke; Anna Julia Hayward Cooper; Rafael Cordero; Roque Cordero; Jayne Cortez; Rafael Cortijo; Bill Cosby; Cotton Club; Council on African Affairs; Creole Affair; Creoles; Creolite; The Crisis; Allan Rohan Crite; Crittenden Compromise; Frank Rudolph Crosswaith; Alexander Crummell; Celia Cruz; Joao da Cruz e Sousa; Cudjoe; Paul Cuffe; Ottobah Cugoano; Countee Cullen; Cumbia; Elijah Cummings; Norris Wright Cuney; Mathieu Da Costa; Leon-Gontran Damas; Dance Theatre of Harlem; Dancehall; Dorothy Dandridge; Edwidge Danticat; Julie Dash; Angela Yvonne Davis; Anthony Davis; Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.; Benjamin O. Davis, Sr.; Danny K. Davis; Miles Davis; Ossie Davis; Sammy Davis, Jr.; William Levi Dawson; Deacons for Defense and Justice; Deadwood Dick; Decima; Declaration of Independence; Ruby Dee; Beauford Delaney; Joseph Delaney; Samuel R. Delany; De La Soul; Louis Delgres; Ronald V. Dellums; Rene Depestre; Oscar Stanton DePriest; Jean-Jacques Dessalines; Detroit Riot of 1943; Detroit Riot of 1967; Henrique Dias; Earl Burris Dickerson; Bo Diddley; Carlos Diegues; David Norman Dinkins; Father Divine; Graciela Dixon; Julian Dixon; Willie Dixon; Djavan; Mattiwilda Dobbs; Larry Doby; Fats Domino; Thomas Andrew Dorsey; Aaron Douglas; Frederick Douglass (subarticles - Historical significance of Frederick Douglass; Early years and experience of slavery; Moving to Baltimore and learning to read; Escape from Slavery and abolitionism; Other Antebellum reform activities; Douglass during the Civil War and Reconstruction; Douglass' later life); Sarah Mapps Douglass; Rita Dove; The Dozens; St. Clair Drake; Dred Scott v. Sanford (subarticles - Scott's Case; In the federal courts; Aftermath); Charles Richard Drew; The Drifters; David Driskell; Paquito D'Rivera; Shirley Graham Du Bois; W. E. B. Du Bois; Dub poetry; Alexandre Dumas, Pere; Alice Dunbar-Nelson; Paul Lawrence Dunbar; Quince Duncan; Katherine Dunham; John Dunkley; Alejo Duran; Oswald Durand; Jean Baptiste Pointe Du Sable; Dutch West India Company; Francois Duvalier; Jean-Claude Duvalier; East St. Louis Riot of 1917; Ebony (magazine); Felix Eboue; Billy Eckstine; Marian Wright Edelman; Zee Edgell; Melvin Edwards; Elaine, Arkansas, Race Riot of 1919; Robert Lee Elder; M. Jocelyn Jones Elders; Duke Ellington (subarticles - Ellington's musical beginnings and his move to New York City; Ellington at the Cotton Club, 1927-1931; Moving beyond the boundaries of dance music; The Great Ellington Band: the early 1940s; Later large-scale works and Ellington's social activism; Ellington's later career); Ralph Ellison; Eric B. & Rakim; Julius Erving; Essence; Estebanico; Dumarsais Estime; Nelson Estupinan Bass; Mari E. Evans; Minnie Jones Evans; James Charles Evers; Medgar Wylie Evers; Myrlie Evers-Williams; Patrick Ewing; Exodusters; Exu; Eyes on the Prize; Gabino Ezeiza; Fania Records; Frantz Fanon; Prince Far I; Wallace D. Fard; James Farmer; Louis Abdul Farrakhan; Chaka Fattah; Jessie Redmon Fauset; Favelas (subarticles - History of favelas; Favelas and race in Rio de Janeiro; Afro-Brazilian culture and shantytowns); Federal Writers' Project; Jose Feliciano; Florestan Fernandes; Adhemar Ferreira da Silva; Stepin Fetchit; Mary Fields; Fifteenth Amendment; First Maroon War; Laurence Fishburne; Rudolph Fisher; Fisk Jubilee Singers; Fisk University; Ella Fitzgerald; Roberta Flack; Christian Fleetwood; Alphonse Fletcher, Jr.; Henry Ossian Flipper; Curt Flood; William Flora; Pedro Flores; Harold Eugene Ford; Harold Ford, Jr.; James W. Ford; George Edward Foreman; James Forman; Fort Pillow Massacre; Amos Fortune; Timothy Thomas Fortune; Forty acres and a mule; Rube Foster; The Four Step Brothers; The Four Tops; Redd Foxx; Francisco de Assis Franca; Aretha Franklin; John Hope Franklin; Fraunces Tavern; Edward Franklin Frazier; Free African Society; Freedman's Bank; Freedman's Hospital; Freedom's Journal; Freedom Rides; Freedom Summer; Harry Lawrence Freeman; Morgan Freeman; Frente Negra Brasileira; Gilberto Freyre; Arthur Friedenreich; Fugitive slave laws (subarticles - Early fugitive slave laws; Fugitive Slave Act of 1793; Fugitive Slave Act of 1850); Fugitive slaves; Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller; Solomon Carter Fuller; Funk; Funkadelic; Clarence Gaines; Ernest J. Gaines; Eric Gairy; Luis Gonzaga Pinto da Gama; Ganga Zumba; Harvey Bernard Gantt; Jose Mauricio Nunez Garcia; Garifuna; Henry Highland Garnet; Juan Garrido; Mane Garrincha; Marcus Mosiah Garvey; Marvin Gaye; Althea Gibson; Bob Gibson; Jose Gil de Castro; Joshua Gibson; Gilberto Gil; Dizzy Gillespie; Charles Sidney Gilpin; Yolande Cornelia Giovanni; Sergio Giral; Edouard Glissant; Danny Glover; Whoopi Goldberg; Antonio Carlos Gomes; Maximiliano Gomez Horacio; Sara Gomez; Chiquinha Gonzaga; Luiz Gonzaga; Jose Luis Gonzalez; Ruben Gonzalez; Dwight Gooden; Dexter Keith Gordon; George Gordon; Gospel music (subarticles - History of gospel music; Black Christianities in the Northern and Southern US; Early gospel music composers; African American character of gospel music; Gospel music performers; Impact of gospel music on American popular culture; Gospel music since the 1980s); Gospel quartets; Louis Gossett, Jr.; Charles Emmanuel Grace; Graffiti art; Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel, and the Furious Five; Lester Blackwell Granger; Bernie Grant; William Herbert Gray III; Great Migration; Al Green; The Green Pastures; Frederick Drew Gregory; Richard Claxton Gregory; Florence Delorez Griffith-Joyrner; Angelina Weld Grimke; Archibald Henry Grimke; Charlotte L. Forten Grimke; James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw; The Guardian; Vicente Guerrero; Nicolas Guillen (subarticles - Guillen's early work; Guillen as an ideologically committed poet; Guillen after the Cuban Revolution); Ida Lewis Guillory; Lani Guinier; Gullah; Bryant Charles Gumbel; Rosa Cuthbert Guy; Tony Gwynn; Marvelous Marvin Hagler; Haitian art (subarticles - Haitian art from 1804 to the United States occupation; An alternative interpretation of Haitian art; A critical interpretation of national identity); Haitian Revolution (subarticles - Causes of the Revolt; The Rebellion; Haitian independence; External effects); Alexander Palmer Haley; Arsenio Hall; Stuart Hall; Fannie Lou Hamer; MC Hammer; Jupiter Hammon; Lionel Leo Hampton; Hampton University; Herbert Jeffrey Hancock; William Christopher Handy; Abram Hannibal; Lorraine Hansberry; Harlem Globetrotters; Harlem, New York; Harlem Renaissance (subarticles - The "Talented Tenth"; Three Stages of Development, 1917 to 1935; White artists and the "New Negro": World War I and its aftermath; Theatrical debut; Striving toward a "black" aesthetic; Black art and the American mainstream; World War I and the New Negro; Garveyism; Architects of the Harlem Renaissance; Opportunity Awards, 1925; "Harlem: Mecca of the New Negro"; The New Negro (1926); The ascendancy of black artists; "The Criteria of Negro Art": A Symposium (1926); Home to Harlem; Quicksand; The Blacker the Berry; Twilight years: the great depression; Black Manhattan (1930)); Harlem Renaissance Big Five; Harlem Riot of 1935; Harlem Riot of 1943; Harlem Riot of 1964; Frances Ellen Watkins Harper; Michael Steven Harper; Ollie Harrington; Barbara Clementine Harris; Patricia Roberts Harris; Theodore Wilson Harris; William Henry Hastie; Alcee Hastings; Richard Gordon Hatcher; Coleman Randolph Hawkins; Roland Willsie Hayes; Lemuel Haynes; Harry Haywood; Healy family; John Hearne; Anna Arnold Hedgeman; Dorothy Height; Sally Hemings; Fletcher Hamilton Henderson, Jr.; Jimi Hendrix; Josiah Henson; Matthew Alexander Henson; George Herriman; Ulises Heureaux; Highlander Folk School; Anita Faye Hill; Earl Hilliard; Chester Himes; Natalie Hinderas; Earl Kenneth Hines; Gregory Hines; Merle Hodge; Negro Digest;

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Abolition and emancipation in Latin America and the Caribbean; Abolitionism in the United States (subarticles - Society of Friends and religious opposition to slavery in the Colonial Era; American Revolution and the problem of slavery; Gradual emancipation and colonization; Sources of radical abolitionism; Abolitionist organizations and activities; Abolitionist divisions and slavery in the territories; Harriet Beecher Stowe, John Brown, and the coming of the Civil War); Accomodationism in the United States; Isidro Acea; Afoxes/Blocos Afros; African agriculture in the Americas (subarticles - Botanical scholarship on African rice; African agency in establishing rice cultivation in South Carolina; Cape Verde Islands and African rice; Diffusion of rice cultivation to the Americas); African American aviators; African Americans in the American West; African ethnic groups in Latin America and the Caribbean; Afro-Atlantic Culture: On the Live Dialogue between Africa and the Americas (subarticles - Transatlantic dialogues over political identity; Transatlantic dialogue over cultural practicies; Transatlantic dialogue over religious practices); Afro-Latino cultures in the United States; Bartolome de Albornoz; Alcohol in Africa (subarticles - Indigenous beers in Sub-Saharan Africa; Alcohol, ritual, and socialization in Precolonial Africa; Alcohol in Colonial Africa; International liquor conventions and Africa; Alcohol and nationalist politics; Alcohol in independent Africa); Raymond Pace Alexander; Amenia Conference of 1916; Amenia Conference of 1933; Jose Antonio Aponte; Apprenticeship in the British Caribbean; Marcelino Arozarena; Jorge Artel; Asociacion de Negros Ecuatorianos; Axe Opo Afonja; Albuino Azeredo; Babimbi; Baseball in Latin America and the Caribbean; Santiago Basora; Cornelius M. Battey; Valerie Belgrave; Blacks during colonial times in the Andes; Blacks in American electoral politics; Blacks in the American West; Claude Albert Barnett; Research on Afro-Latin America;

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