Egypt

Encyclopaedia Africana M March 20, 2021 MANSA MUSA

In addition to encouraging the arts and architecture, he also funded literature and built schools, libraries and mosques. Timbuktu soon became a centre of education and people travelled from around the world to study at what would become the Sankore University.

E Encyclopaedia Africana March 12, 2021 EGYPT: REJECTION OF WESTERN BEAUTY STANDARDS

Now when I look at natural hair, I see the amount of character it reflects and the amount of independence.”

Encyclopaedia Africana Y February 28, 2021 YOUSSOU N’DOUR

In the West, you have always associated the Islamic faith 100 percent with Arab culture. This in itself is a fundamentalist attitude and it is mistaken.

A Encyclopaedia Africana February 26, 2021 QUEEN/KANDEKE AMANIRENAS

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Left: Queen Amanirenas. Credit: solarey.net – Right: Wall relief of Queen Amanirenas. Credit: egyptsearch.com

C Encyclopaedia Africana September 11, 2020 DR CHEIKH ANTA DIOP

Only by reexamining and restoring Africa’s distorted, maligned and obscured place in history could the physical and psychological shackles of colonialism be lifted from our Motherland and from African people dispersed globally.

E Encyclopaedia Africana August 28, 2020 EGYPT NATIONAL ANTHEM

Egypt, land of bounties
You are filled with the ancient glory
My purpose is to repel the enemy
And on God I rely

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