1. Why are INI called Rastafari or to some Rastafarians instead of "Haile Selassians" or "Haile Selassie I's"?? (Opinions PLEASE!! This one is not about who's wright!)
A hero of many folk tales in West Africa later in Surinam and the caribbean is this person who is both spider & man. When things are going well he is a man but in times of danger he becomes a spider. He likes to trick the other animals and get the better of those who are much bigger than himself. He may be greedy and selfish but he is also very funny. He is a hero because he brought the gift of story telling to his people.
Can someone name this character or legend?
3. According to the Elder John Hendrick Clarke, Afrika is supposed to have 3 Golden Ages throughout the Afrikan Ourstory before Urope had it's first.
When,where and wich nations experienced these 3 Golden Ages???
3. This Queen is regarded as one of the most influential Queens ever to rule Kemet. A princess of Nubian birth, she married the Kemetan King Amenhotep III. She would be MOther two off the most famous Kings in Kemetan history
For nearly half of a century, she governed Kemet, regulated her trade, and protected her borders. During this time, she was believed to be the standard of beauty in the ancient world.
Who was this Afrikan woman????
Have fun ya'll!!! Search if ones have the possibility to do so!
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