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Liberia Music Awards debuts in Atlanta | Trendy Africa

Liberia Music Awards debuts in Atlanta | Trendy Africa

The Ethiopian Empire also known as Abyssinia, spanned a geographical area covered by present-day Eritrea and the northern half of Ethiopia. It existed from approximately 1137 (beginning of Zagwe Dynasty) until 1975 when the monarchy was overthrown in a coup d'etat.  Following the British occupation of Egypt in 1882, Ethiopia and Liberia were the only two African nations to remain independent during the Scramble for Africa by the European imperial powers in the late 19th century.

The Ethiopian Empire also known as Abyssinia, spanned a geographical area covered by present-day Eritrea and the northern half of Ethiopia. It existed from approximately 1137 (beginning of Zagwe Dynasty) until 1975 when the monarchy was overthrown in a coup d'etat. Following the British occupation of Egypt in 1882, Ethiopia and Liberia were the only two African nations to remain independent during the Scramble for Africa by the European imperial powers in the late 19th century.

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Dan game board, Liberia

Dan game board, Liberia

Only labeled "West Africa"--may be Liberia. Top view of whole of Horniman Museum object no 14.3.66/1

Only labeled "West Africa"--may be Liberia. Top view of whole of Horniman Museum object no 14.3.66/1

Getting to know Africa, 50 interesting fact. Africa map www.mapsofworld.com

Getting to know Africa, 50 interesting fact. Africa map www.mapsofworld.com

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: KRU PEOPLE: AFRICA`S SAILOR TRIBE THAT REFUSED TO BE CAPTURED INTO SLAVERY

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: KRU PEOPLE: AFRICA`S SAILOR TRIBE THAT REFUSED TO BE CAPTURED INTO SLAVERY

Liberia. Gameboard, probably Dan or Mano. High Museum of Art

Liberia. Gameboard, probably Dan or Mano. High Museum of Art

The importance of oral culture and tradition in Africa and the recent dominance of European languages through colonialism, among other factors, has led to the misconception that the languages of Africa either have no written form or have been put to writing only very recently. However, Africa has the world’s oldest and largest collection of …

The importance of oral culture and tradition in Africa and the recent dominance of European languages through colonialism, among other factors, has led to the misconception that the languages of Africa either have no written form or have been put to writing only very recently. However, Africa has the world’s oldest and largest collection of …

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