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Jomo Kenyatta (Kenya’s president) with Julius Nyerere (Tanganyika* & Tanzania’s president) (*Tanganyika was formerly an independent nation, in Tanganyika united politically. African Culture, African American History, Jomo Kenyatta, Julius Nyerere, Steve Biko, Pan Africanism, Tribal Warrior, African Royalty, African Diaspora


“When the Missionaries arrived, the Africans had the land and the Missionaries had the Bible. They taught how to pray with our eyes closed. ...

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How white peoples appeared on Earth

The modern human was born in Africa and it is from that black human being that all people … Read the article

Burial Monument in Kenya Yields Cache of Ancient Riches Kenya, Cemetery Monuments, Archaeological Discoveries, Old Cemeteries, Ancient Mysteries, World View, Ancient History, Ancient Aliens, Science Nature

Massive, Ancient Stone Monument in Kenya Held More Than 500 Bodies, 400 Gerbil Teeth

One of the most massive ancient burial sites in Africa contains more than 500 bodies of people from 5,000 years ago.

Anthropologists at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and an international team of collaborators have discovered that early humans in East Africa had—by about years ago—begun trading with distant . Fresco, Stone Age Tools, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Evolution Science, Human Behavior, East Africa, Archaeology, Kenya

New Insights into Rapid Advance in Human Innovative Thinking

The first evidence of human life in the Olorgesailie Basin comes from about 1.2 million years ago. For hundreds of the thousands of years, people living there made and used large stone-cutting tools called handaxes (below left).

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Youth Grants | Foundation Funding | Government Funding

Youth Grants provides a collection of resources on philanthropic and government support of youth development.

Worked artefacts from Panga ya Saidi cave (from left to right): worked red ochre; bead made of a sea shell; close-up of the bone tool showing traces of scraping. © Francesco D'Errico and Africa Pitarch Modern Coast, Bone Arrow, Native American Tools, Archaeology News, Indian Artifacts, Iron Age, East Africa, Modern Man, How To Make Beads

78,000 year cave record from East Africa shows early cultural innovations

Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern man Australian National University IMAGE: Items found in Panga ya Saidi cave. 1. A decorated bone 2. A broken bone arrow point 3. An awl made of tusk 4. An ochre crayon. 5-9. Ostrich egg shell beads,... view more Credit: Credit Francesco d'Errico and Africa Pitarch Marti. Forty-eight thousand year-old crayons and shell beads were among a treasure trove of items unearthed by archaeologists at a cave in Kenya. Archaeologists have discovered more…

The discovery in Kenya of a remarkably complete fossil ape skull reveals what the common ancestor of all living apes and humans may have looked like. Crane, Los Primates, Early Humans, Archaeology News, Human Evolution, Sculpture, Ancient History, Geology, Discovery

Discovery of 13 million-year-old ape skull shows what human ancestors may have looked like

Scientists have nicknamed the ape skull “Alesi,” after a word in the local Turkana language for “ancestor.”

Prehistoric Massacre Site Hints at War Among Hunter-GatherersThe remains of 27 individuals have been recovered along the shore of Lake Turkana in Kenya. The remains are roughly years old, and may be one of the first discovered instances of. Kenya, Anthropologie, Natural Born Killers, Early Humans, Hunter Gatherer, Stone Age, Warfare, Archaeology, Pregnancy

Ancient Burial Pits Reveal Sophisticated Rituals (Published 2018)

3250 BCE - NATURALLY ELONGATED SKULL - KENYA - Lothagam North Pillar Site - There are five (MORE) other sites around the lake with similar pillar markings, and previous research by another group suggests that at least one of them was also used as a monumental cemetery.

Locusts set to hit Kenya, East Africa again, 400 times stronger — Quartz Africa Kenya, Agricultural Science, Horn Of Africa, New Aircraft, Local Tour, African Countries, Red Sea, East Africa, Africa News

Two new generations of locusts are set to descend on East Africa again—400 times stronger

With the locust swarms gaining size and strength, experts fear that up to 100% of farmers’ budding crops could be consumed.

BCE - Anatomically modern human specimens: East Africa: Omo I ~ years ago. Africa: Timeline Index & Other Issues: Sep 2008 Forensics, Nairobi, East Africa, Ancient Egypt, Archaeology, Kenya, Skull, African, Timeline

Africa: Rare Analyses and Knowledge-base

Invalidating common misconceptions about ancient Egypt & Africa at large via an African lens, forensics, genetics, archeology & linguistics.

On a grassy African landscape, some of the earliest members of our species, Homo sapiens, engaged in surprisingly sophisticated behaviors including using color pigments, creating advanced tools and trading for resources with other groups of people. East African Rift, Human Fossils, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Climate Change Effects, Animal Bones, Birds Eye View, Natural History, Ecology

New Insights into Rapid Advance in Human Innovative Thinking

The first evidence of human life in the Olorgesailie Basin comes from about 1.2 million years ago. For hundreds of the thousands of years, people living there made and used large stone-cutting tools called handaxes (below left).