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The Mwila Women of Angola and Their Fascinating Cow Dung Hairdo

The women of the Mwila tribe prepare a paste made from a red stone called Oncula. They then mix the paste with oil, butter, tree bark and herbs - some even use cow dung - before applying the concoction to their dreadlocks.

First He Created a Tremendous Tree — The Creation Story of the San People of Southern Africa

First Kaang created a wondrous tree, with branches stretching over the entire country. At the base of the tree he dug a hole that reached all the way down into the world where the people and animals lived.

The Asaro Mud Men of Papua New Guinea; Legends and Myths

The Asaro "mud men" from Papua New Guinea's eastern highlands are known for their strange masks made with clay, and adorned with pigs' teeth and shells. The Asaro live in the nearby village of Goroka in the Eastern Highlands Province...

The Magnificent Suri People Of Ethiopia And Their Love For Body Scarification

The Suri are an agro-pastoral people and inhabit the mountains of the Great Rift Valley in the plains of south-western Ethiopia. As a people, they pride themselves on the scars they carry. In this remote Ethiopian tribe, members undergo extremely...

African Tribe: The Daasanach People of Eastern Africa

The Daasanach are a semi-nomadic tribe numbering approximately 50,000 whose clans stretch across Sudan, Kenya and Southern Ethiopia. The Daasanach are a primarily agropastoral people; they grow sorghum, maize, pumpkins and beans when the Omo river and its delta floods....

African Tribe: The Artistic Ndebeles of Southern Africa

The Ndebeles are an African ethnic group living in South Africa and Zimbabwe known for their artistic talent, especially with regard to their painted houses and colorful beadwork. Not much is known about these people except that they originated from the larger Nguni tribes who make up almost two thirds of the black population in South Africa.

African Tribe: The Dinka People Of South Sudan

The Dinka are a pastoral-agricultural people that make up the largest ethnic group in South Sudan. They vary their lifestyle by season – in the rainy season they live in permanent savannah settlements and raise grain crops like millet,

6 Most Extreme Cultural Body Modifications in Africa

Body Modification has always been an integral part of African culture. It is widely performed for a variety of reasons in many African societies, and a plethora of historical and current forms of modifications exists

Siddi: The Forgotten African Tribe in India

The Siddis or siddhis are an ethnic group inhabiting India. Members are descendants of East Africa's Bantu people, that were mainly brought to India as slaves by Arabs, the Portuguese and the British.

African Tribe: Inside the Colourful World Of Kenya’s Samburu People

The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in Kenya. They are known for their traditionalist lifestyle, which includes religious beliefs, rituals, and tribal clothing.
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‘Hit the Nigg*r Baby’ – How African-Americans Were Used as Human Targets in the 1880s

The African Dodger, also known as the "hit the Nigg*r baby" was a racist carnival game that was popular...