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[[File:Marcus Garvey 1924-08-05.jpg|200px|thumb|right|[[Marcus Garvey]] was an Afrikan revolutionary, publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, and orator who was a staunch proponent of the Black nationalism and Pan-Africanism movements. He founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL). He founded the Black Star Line, part of the Back-to-Africa movement, which promoted the return of the Afrikan diaspora to their ancestral lands.]]
 
 
[[File:Re-Horakhty.jpg|200px|thumb|left|[[Ra]] is one of the most important Neteru in the city of Innu (near modern-day Cairo).His name is thought to mean "creative power", and as a proper name "Creator". Very early in [[Khemetan|Kemetic]] history, Ra was identified with Heru, who was often represented by a falcon. He was represented as a hawk-headed man or as a hawk. A combination of the two, Ra-Hoor-Khuit, "Re, who is Horus of the Horizons" showed the two as manifestations of the singular Solar Force. (also, see [[Heru-em-Akhut]])
 
 
Re was the father of [[Shu]] and [[Tefnut]], grandfather of [[Nut]] and [[Geb]], great-grandfather of [[Asar]], [[Set]], [[Auset]], [[Nebt-het]], and great-great-grandfather of [[Heru]].
 
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Welcome to World Afropedia,
the Afrikan-centered encyclopedia that
almost anyone can add to or subtract from.
A global database of Afrikan Knowledge,
for the purpose of bringing about
global Afrikan Wisdom and Understanding

6,730 articles and counting
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Seex Anta Joob
Main article: Cheikh Anta Diop/wo

Seex anta jóob a ngi judd ci 29 tabaski ci 1923 ca Jurbel- dee ci 7 diggi gàmmu ci atum 1986 ca Ndakaaru doonoon ab taariixkat bu di doomi Senegaal. Moo fésal li Afrig, rawati na Afrig gu ñuul gi indi ci xayug àdduna bi. Doonte yenn ci ay yebbeem(thèse), ba tay, am na ñu ko nanguwul rawati na ñenn ci waa Tugal ñi, li ëpp ci li mu bind wér na ñépp.

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The Bean Pie is a highly nutritious treat that Muslims in Amerikkka have been eating for at least 80 years now. The other day, I had a hankerin’ for one and decided to make it. The NOI dietarty requirements laws allow for dairy, but my own don’t, so I decided to try to make a vegan pie. I will put non vegan ingredients in parenthesis.

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Honorable Elijah Muhammad| author of How to Eat to Live Book I Chapter: Why They Urge You to Eat the Swine

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8 He is the foulest animal. He lives off nothing but filth. The only way you can get him to live and eat better food is to keep him from getting to filth. He is so poisonous (99.9 per cent) that you can hardly poison him with other poison. You can even give him lye. Something you'd think would cut up the intestines when eaten.

9 Snakes can't poison hogs, they eat them and fatten. The bite of snakes doesn't harm them, because they eat the biter. He is so poisonous and filthy, that nature had to prepare him a sewer line and you may find the opening on his forelegs. It is a little hole out of which oozes pus. This is the filth of his body that cannot be passed fast enough.

10 His poison is that of a live nature, in the form of a parasitic worm that is called trichina (commonly known as pork worm), which is found in the stomach and intestinal walls -- until it finally breeds and works itself into the muscles of the body of the eater. From there, the trichinae work themselves into the spinal cord and travel the spinal cord toward the brain, at which time there is no possible cure.

11 They then cause the victim to suffer with rheumatism, backaches, stomach aches, headaches, fever -- and even change the color of the eyes of some eaters to a dull brown or dull red. They fill the eater with a drowsiness, laziness, slow thinking, slow moving and the tendency to be easily irritated. The swine eaters are always ready to rise up for a dispute and fight other people and among themselves.

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