Category: Early Civilization

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“Were Angolans The First African Americans?”

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How much do we know about the first Africans to settle in the English colony of Jamestown in 1619?  Recently discovered artifacts suggest that the true origin of the first African Americans is Angola. Tom Davidson, se...

The Saga of People

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Was It Worth It?

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Were Angolans The First African Americans?

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Recently discovered artifacts suggest that the true origin of the first Aframericans is Angola. They settled in Jamestown, VA in 1619. (Curator Tom Davidson and Liz Montgomery) Guest: Tom Davidson, senior curator o...

Did Blacks Spark White Civilization?

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Were the Ancient Egyptians Black or White?  Are Black Americans linked to the Nile Valley civilization and why is that important? Are some Black scholars distorting history to make Black people feel good? Richard Poe,...

Asia and Blacks

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Historian and scholar Dr. Runoko Rashidi has researched the African presence globally and the African foundations of world civilizations. On this program, he exposes little-known facts about African origins in Asia. ...

Matthew Henson: The Final Step

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Dr. Allen Counter, Harvard professor and explorer, has discovered the Eskimo descendants of North Pole discoverers Matthew Henson and Robert E. Peary. Dr. Counter talks about Black Igloo, his recent work tracing the A...

Origins (Dr. Khalid Al-Mansour)

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Dr. Khalid Al-Mansour, author of numerous books on Black history and culture, discusses the origin and achievements of the Black African Diaspora. Dr. Al-Mansour traces what he calls an illustrious history that has be...

Slice of Americana

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This program takes a historical look at different aspects of the Black experience in America. One of the areas examined is the history of African-American pioneers.(2204)

The Explorer of the New World

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Interview with Allen Counter, Professor of Neuroscience at Harvard, that covers his ethnographic interests in the African diaspora in the Americas. Guest: Allen Counter, Professor of Neuroscience at Harvard (1913)

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