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1 Verene A. Shepherd Member of the un’s Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent Presentation Made to the wgpad’s 10th Session, March 28- april 1, 2011 During the International Year for People of African Descent1 Verene A. Shepherd Member of the un’s Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent Presentation Made to the wgpad’s 10th Session, March 28- april 1, 2011 During the International Year for People of African Descent
Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent, Ambassadors/members of the Diplomatic Corps and other States representatives, staff of the supporting offices of the un, Members of the ngos and Civil Society Groups, fellow presenters
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Fitzroy André BaptisteFitzroy André Baptiste
Trinidad and Tobago as the hinge of a primary and secondary diaspora between Africa, the Caribbean and South America, especially Venezuela circa 1797 to 1914
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Travel Journal DirectionsTravel Journal Directions
The first records of slavery came from Sumeria in Mesopotamia from about 3500 bce. It spread throughout Southwest Asia and certain parts of Europe
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Stop 1 london early 1787 source a: The LivelyStop 1 london early 1787 source a: The Lively
Clarkson. The Lively had arrived from Africa with a cargo of ivory, beeswax, palm oil, pepper and beautifully woven and dyed cloth
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Then I’ll Be Free To Travel Home” Radio Series: Distributed by pri program DescriptionThen I’ll Be Free To Travel Home” Radio Series: Distributed by pri program Description
It chronicles the contributions the original Africans who founded the New York African Burial Ground and their descendants made to the survival and development of New York and the nation from the 1600s to the New York City Draft Riots of
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Chapter 4 The Colonies Grow 1607-1770Chapter 4 The Colonies Grow 1607-1770
Independence was a spirit that became evident early in the history of the American people. The spirit of independence contributed to the birth of a new nation
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Laura Stevens, Essay #2, January 24, 2012Laura Stevens, Essay #2, January 24, 2012
A slave Trader Describes the Atlantic Passage” from Thomas Phillips, “Journal,” a collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. 6, ed by Awnsham and John Churchill
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Chapter 4 Vocabulary ListChapter 4 Vocabulary List
By ad 1200, Islands of the Caribbean Sea and nearby Atlantic Ocean were home to several groups of Indians, who had probably come from ne south America about 7,000 years ago
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The History of Africa (Sections 1 4)/pages 370-377 Section 1: Bantu MigrationThe History of Africa (Sections 1 4)/pages 370-377 Section 1: Bantu Migration
Bantu-speaking people migrated from West Africa and influenced the language and culture of the African continent
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Economics and History – The Colonial Slave Trade us history/Napp Name: Key ConceptsEconomics and History – The Colonial Slave Trade us history/Napp Name: Key Concepts
Economic theory and practice common in Europe from the 16th to the 18th century that promoted governmental regulation of a nation’s economy for the purpose of increasing state power at the expense of rival national powers]
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The Different Regions of the English ColoniesThe Different Regions of the English Colonies
The English colonies could be divided into the regions of North and South. The dividing line was the Mason-Dixon Line, named after the two surveyors who established the border between Pennsylvania and Maryland and Delaware
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Europeans Set Sail Section 1 Key Terms and PeopleEuropeans Set Sail Section 1 Key Terms and People
How might the establishment of new sea routes help European countries break the monopolies on the Asian spices held by merchants?
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