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Our Motherland...Africa!

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The AfroCentric News organization specializes in gathering, compiling, producing and delivering on-line information. This information is made available in a variety of file formats, allowing you to utilize the power of their unique network servicing contemporary urban, Caribbean and Africa political points of view.

If you have an interest in issues relating to Africa, then visit The site is the Web’s only centralized comprehensive source of breaking news and information about the continent. At you’ll find 300 daily postings from more than 60 news sources from all regions of the continent. Topics include business, technology, travel, sports, arts, and entertainment. All Africa - All the Time.

USAfricaonline is a U.S. based professional newspaper containing excerpts from USAfrica the Newspaper and other content written exclusively for this Web site.

Take a moment to enjoy this collection of hyperlinks to African poetry.

The Baobob Project was founded in 1994 to make African visual culture available to a broader audience, as well as to create a research tool that can be used by scholars and students alike. The Baobab Project has hyperlinks to over 17,000 images drawn from the Harvard Library's visual collection and an Ethnographic database that contains over 100 fields of data for over 900 African cultures.

Online African Museums! One of the more interesting aspects of the Internet is that you can find several virtual libraries of on-line museums and other Internet services connected with museums in Africa.

Take a moment to check out the website belonging to the Bureau of African Affairs (BAA), headed by Assistant Secretary of State Susan E. Rice. The BAA, advises the Secretary and guides the operation of the U.S. diplomatic establishment in the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Vist the new Africa Shop! Check out the new African Shop that provides African books, music, videos and fabric from Nigeria. You can now get made-to-measure traditional African outfits or just buy the fabric direct from Africa. Or find out more about African history and culture direct from Africa. This info may be of use to those interested in Africa.

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