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      African Jewelry

      By admin | In Ancient Africa, Culture, Social Arts | on June 20, 2014

      Handcrafted African jewelry is known for its beauty and quality. There are many types of necklaces, pendants, bracelets, earrings, and other types of tribal jewelry hand made and worn by Africans that are also for sale. Jewelry from Africa and African inspired jewelry can be great gifts for women and for men. Beyond their use […]

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      Culture & Body Painting

      By admin | In Ancient Africa, Culture, Social Arts | on June 18, 2014

      Like face painting the practice of body painting dates from Prehistoric art and culture, and has occurred since among most prehistoric peoples and tribal art throughout the world. Bodies are adorned with a wide variety of substances, including plant and animal pigments, for a multiplicity of reasons. Body paint was used to celebrate ceremonial occasions […]

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      Hair & African Culture

      By admin | In Ancient Africa, Culture, Social Arts | on June 17, 2014

      Beauty has been imagined as part of people’s social and psychological lives in various ways since antiquity. Hair representation is only one vein of beauty that has permeated many avenues of life, including music,through its lyrics, such as India Arie’s I am not my hair. Her lyrics speak to constructions of hair, which speaks to […]

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      History of African Dance

      By admin | In Ancient Africa, Culture, Dance, NDCSA, Social Arts | on June 17, 2014

      African dance has traditionally played an essential role in the culture of the tribes. Much more than entertainment, dances communicate emotions, celebrate rites of passage, and help strengthen the bonds between members of the tribe as a whole. Historical African Dancing African dance is polycentric, which sets it apart from most other dance traditions in […]

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