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Extractions: Baule Home Africa, African Anthropology General Resources By peoples Akan Akuapem Akye Anyi ... Zulu ArtWorld AFRICA - Baule "One of the Akan group sharing similar language and, in general, matrilineal inheritance. They broke away from the Asante of Ghana in the 18th century, bringing with them craftsmanship in gold and gold leaf decoration." - From University of Durham - http://artworld.uea.ac.uk/teaching_modules/africa/cultural_groups_by_country/baule/welcome.html Baule People "The Baule belong to the Akan peoples who inhabit Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire. Three hundred years ago the Baule people migrated westward from Ghana when the Asante rose to power. The tale of how they broke away from the Asante has been preserved in their oral traditions." You will find material related to history, culture, religion, political structure, art and more. - From University of Iowa - http://www.uiowa.edu/~africart/toc/people/Baule.html
August 1999 of and by indigenous peoples in Canada, the US, Australia, and in subSaharan africa.) Thus, the public 43, 1054 RD Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Email firstname.lastname@example.org http://hlp.home.igc.org/docs/uranium.htm
Extractions: These are not nuclear weapons per se but rather radiological weapons which also have a chemically toxic effect similar to that of other heavy metals. These weapons have already been used in Kuwait, Iraq, Serbia and Kosovo (unconfirmed reports have mentioned Bosnia, but this is still under investigation). It is estimated that between 14-17 countries now have depleted uranium weapons in their arsenals and this proliferation is expected to continue. It is a matter of the utmost urgency that international agreement banning the manufacture, use or sale of these weapons be achieved as quickly as possible, before they are used again. Their use is a gross violation of humanitarian law. The proliferation and trafficking of these weapons should be forbidden because it increases the potential for long-term human rights violations, including damage to the human genome itself.
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Extractions: Until fairly recently, one had to hunt for roots music from southern Mexico and Central America, but the diverse titles surveyed here signal the region's registry on the world-music radar screen. For starters, The Rough Guide to Central America presents 13 artists, 17 tracks and a range of contemporary styles from Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. With some minor oversights, the sampler highlights "Latin America's best-kept secret," as the album notes call the region's varied styles. The album notes call the Afro-Amerindian Garifuna the makers of "some of the region's most dynamic music," a view that demands consideration. Garifuna history presents a case study in the genesis of hybrid cultures out of the displacement and violence of the New World colonial adventure. In 1635, Spanish ships carrying kidnapped Africans for sale into West Indian plantation slave labor wrecked in the eastern Caribbean near the island of St. Vincent. Survivors swam ashore and took refuge among the indigenous Carib people, who absorbed the escapees. The cultural amalgam that resulted, the Garifuna or Black Carib, produced a musical tradition combining powerful vocals with a dense percussive base. Defeated in the British takeover of St. Vincent in 1797, the Garifuna were exiled to the Caribbean coast of Central America, settling from Nicaragua to Belize. As a population never enslaved, the Garifuna maintained palpable West African elements in their music, which builds around a three-drum ensemble clearly aligned with African percussive traditions on both sides of the Atlantic. The Garifuna garaón drum ensemble includes the lead primera or heart drum, the counter-rhythmic segunda or shadow drum, and (usually) the steady bass-line tercera. Additional instruments include turtle-shell percussion, claves, bottle percussion and a variety of shakers and scrapers drawn from the Amerindian music of St. Vincent. Garifuna musicians have expanded their instrumental array with European additions, while also incorporating English, Jamaican, French, Haitian, Spanish and Latin American folk elements.
Sephardic Film Festival, Par LaKa time in North africa and involvement with marginalized peoples is not of in common and likewise indigenous Amazigh Jews and Jews fence they built has locked me out ." laka http://www.harissa.com/D_Arts/sephardic.htm
Extractions: Accueil Annonces Arts Calendar ... Voyages "Sephardic Film festival" Each year, one of my greatest joys has been to attend the "Sephardic Film festival" in New York City. It has always been a treat for me because it is a visual representation of the "images" a diverse body of my CO-religionists use to depict lost communities or lost souls on a quest to reinvent themselves in Israel or in the Diaspora. What a wonderful concept!!!!! However, this time, I also attended the "African Film Festival," and an "Arab Film Festival" which presented under the auspices of New York University. I was also aware of the way this experience, for me, involved a plethora of other acutely felt manipulations. To convey a validation and identification of the manner in which the Sephardic and Mizrahi presence has impacted world history, Jewish or not, is a 5,764 year old story of who we are, as Jews, and how we think of ourselves today. However, my journey through "movieland" was overladen by an intense feeling of manipulation and alienation from the very people who control the selection of the movies shown and their vision of how we should be educated about non-Western culture. So, my point is, that I became acutely involved in what became for me the twisted drama of European Vs. Nonwestern appreciation of culture and establishment versus antiestablishment views on Jewish self-perception. Ultimately, I felt like a victim of the ineluctable interplay between "Who is a Jew?" and the Jew-ish milieu that defines interpretation for me. But isn't this a compression of what's played out in the world arena vis a vis Jewish politics inside and outside Israel and between the Sephardim and Mizrachim themselves?
Green Mountain Circle Works Index Mossi, I56. South africa, III110. indigenous peoples IV815. Indonesia I1010, III1210. Labyrinths IV215, IV67, IV85. laka (Goddess) IV815. http://members.aol.com/Firebearer/cwkindex.html
Extractions: Main htmlAdWH('7008303', '234', '60'); GREEN MOUNTAIN CIRCLE WORKS INDEX KEY: Volume:Issue:Page We also have an on-line Table of Contents that begins with Volume I, Issue 1; this includes article author names, which the index does not. Back issues are available in hard copy (all except I:1-2), zipped ascii files (from Sep 1998 to May 2001), or zipped html documents (from June 2001 to present) for a $2 donation. (I:1-2 were private prototypes and are available only to BUUC members, and III:10-11 were combined.) To order, go to News Extra! Return to BUUC's main page Abuse: II:9:8 Academy Awards: III:4:11 Acosta, Eric: III:5:11 Activism (see also eco-activism): IV:3:14, IV:4:4, IV:5:1 Adulthood rites: IV:5:4 Advice (column): II:6:5, II:9:5, II:11:12, II:13:5 Adler, Margot: III:1:10 Affinity Groups (AGs): II:13:2 Africa: II:13:4 Afghanistan: IV:7:10 African Indigenous Peoples: African traditional faiths: III:2:10 AIDS: II:7:12 AIDSamma: II:7:12 Air (Element): II:4:6, II:4:7 Akron Area Interfaith Council (OH): IV:1:14, IV:4:14, IV:6:10 Alabama: I:7:7, III:10:14, III:10:8
New Page 1 Earth Life africa Namibia. PO Box 24892, Windhoek Volken / Netherlands Centre for indigenous peoples. Postbus 94098, 1090 Stichtung laka / laka Foundation. Ketelhuisplein 43, 1054 RD http://www.progressivecoalition.com/m.htm
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Extractions: Email: gmdcnd @ gn.apc.org Written Report - Depleted Uranium Weapons many NGOs around the world await further action on this issue. These are not nuclear weapons per se but rather radiological weapons which also have a chemically toxic effect similar to that of other heavy metals. These weapons have already been used in Kuwait, Iraq, Serbia and Kosovo (unconfirmed reports have mentioned Bosnia, but this is still under investigation). It is estimated that between 14-17 countries now have depleted uranium weapons in their arsenals and this proliferation is expected to continue. It is a matter of the utmost urgency that international agreement banning the manufacture, use or sale of these weapons be achieved as quickly as possible, before they are used again. Their use is a gross violation of humanitarian law. The proliferation and trafficking of these weapons should be forbidden because it increases the potential for long-term human rights violations, including damage to the human genome itself.
Extractions: Rapporteur, pursuant to Commission resolution 1996/14 Introduction 1. At its fifty-first session, the Commission on Human Rights, aware of the growing practice of the dumping in African and other developing countries by transnational corporations and other enterprises from industrialized countries of hazardous and other wastes, adopted resolution 1995/81 in which it noted with grave concern that the increasing rate of illicit dumping of toxic and dangerous products and wastes in developing countries continues adversely to affect the human rights to life and health of individuals in those countries, and decided to appoint, for a three-year period, a special rapporteur with a mandate to:
Extractions: Abbreviations ... Policies Abas, Hussen, ed. 1985. Lontara: Majalah Universitas Hasanuddin No 28. Ujung Pandang: Percetakan Lembaga Penerbitan Universitas Hasanuddin. Abrahams, R. G. 1967. The peoples of Greater Unyamwezi, Tanzania. London: International African Institute. Acton, Thomas and Donald Kenrick, eds. 1984. Romani Rokkeripen Todivvus. London: Romanestan Publications. Addleton, Jonathan S. 1986. The importance of regional languages in Pakistan. Al-Mushir 28:2.55-80. Adelaar, Karl Alexander. 1985. Proto-Malayic: The reconstruction of its phonology and part of its lexicon and morphology. Alblasserdam: Offsetdrukkerij Kanters B. V. Adler, Max K. 1977. Pidgins, creoles, and lingua francas, a sociolinguistic study. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag. Adler, Max K. 1977. Welsh and the other dying languages in Europe. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag. Agard, Frederick B. 1975. Toward a taxonomy of language split, Part One: Phonology. Leuvense Bijdragen 64.3-4:293-312. Agard, Frederick B. 1984. A course in Romance linguistics, Vol. 2: A diachronic view. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press.
Extractions: Bangwa Home Africa, African Anthropology General Resources By peoples Akan Akuapem Akye Anyi ... Zulu ArtWorld AFRICA -Bangwa "The Bangwa occupy a mountainous and part forested countryside west of the Bamileke in south-eastern Cameroon, near the headwaters of the Cross River. They comprise nine chiefdoms. People live in separate family compounds, sometimes with large meeting houses where visitors may be received." - From University of Durham - http://artworld.uea.ac.uk/teaching_modules/africa/cultural_groups_by_country/bangwa/welcome.html Bangwa People "Authority among the Bangwa was traditionally instituted as part of the Bamileke political complex. Like most of the western Grasslands people, Babanki political authority is vested in a village chief, who is supported by a council of elders, and is called Fon." You will find material related to Bangwa history, culture, arts, political structure and more. - From University of Iowa - http://www.uiowa.edu/~africart/toc/people/Bangwa.html
Joshua Project - Peoples By Country Profiles People Name General Kabbalaka. Language. Primary Language laka. Language Code (ROL3) LAM, Ethnologue Listing. indigenous Fellowship of 100+ http://www.joshuaproject.net/peopctry.php?rop3=105586&rog3=CT
Joshua Project - Peoples By Country Profiles Alternate People Names Sakpu; Lakka Mbum; Lakka; laka; Karang laka. People Code (ROP3) 104645. People Name General Karang. indigenous Fellowship of 100+ http://www.joshuaproject.net/peopctry.php?rop3=104645&rog3=CD
Other News March in Solidarity With indigenous Australians, By Chris Sitka ~ Dec and the Balkans, now mostly from africa. As they create of negotiations on indigenous peoples' title to land and http://www.1worldcommunication.org/worldnews.htm
Extractions: 1world media world news Please Note: You can now translate this site into French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. Please click here Napoleon Bonaparte Taken To Court , Times of India ~ Dec. 29 Peru Creates Web Site in Hunt for Former Spy Chief , Reuters ~ Dec. 27 More Than Half of Russians Want New Empire - Poll , Interfax ~ Dec. 26 Talking Past the Torture , William Branigin ~ Dec. 26 Confronting the Hard Realities of North America's Ongoing Indian War , by Anthony J. Hall ~ Dec. 21 Kashmir Ceasefire Extended by a Month , Economic Times ~ Dec. 21 Afghan Refugees Stranded , By Vladimir Davlatov ~ Dec. 21 Astana IMU Fears , By Iskander Amanjolov ~ Dec. 21 Osh Hepatitis Crisis , By Alla Pyatibratova ~ Dec. 21 UN Says Liberia is Weapons Conduit , By Evelyn Leopold ~ Dec. 20 Letter of Protest and Complaint of the IRU and the RNC on the Holocaust US Court Decision , RomNews Network ~ Dec. 19 Afghanistan Land Mine , By S. Frederick Starr ~ December 19
Extractions: Dictionaries: General Computing Medical Legal Encyclopedia Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Lake Andes is a city located in Charles Mix County, South Dakota Charles Mix County is a county located in the U.S. State of South Dakota. As of 2000, the population is 9,350. Its county seat is Lake Andes Click the link for more information. . As of the This page is about the year 2000 AD. For information about the UK comic of that name, see 2000 A.D. Centuries: 19th century - 20th century - 21st century Decades: 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s - Years: 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 - News by month: January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December Click the link for more information. census, the city had a total population of 819. It is the county seat A county seat is a city which is the capital of a county. Note that in the United Kingdom and Ireland, the term county town is usually used for the same purpose. Also note that in the U.S. state of Virginia, many county seats are politically not a part of the counties they serve; under Virginia law, all municipalities incorporated as cities are independent cities and are not part of any county.
OUP: Nuer Prophets: Johnson fulllength historical study of indigenous African prophets in maintaining peace between different peoples in the Eastern Frontier; 4. Deng laka A Pragmatic http://www.oup.co.uk/isbn/0-19-823367-1
Extractions: NEVER MISS AN OXFORD SALE (SIGN UP HERE) VIEW BASKET Quick Links About OUP Career Opportunities Contacts Need help? oup.com Search the Catalogue Site Index American National Biography Booksellers' Information Service Children's Fiction and Poetry Children's Reference Dictionaries Dictionary of National Biography Digital Reference English Language Teaching Higher Education Textbooks Humanities International Education Unit Journals Law Medicine Music Oxford English Dictionary Reference Rights and Permissions Science School Books Social Sciences World's Classics UK and Europe Book Catalogue Help with online ordering How to order Postage Returns policy ... Table of contents Joint winner of the Amaury Talbot Prize for African Anthropology 1994 Douglas H. Johnson , Research Fellow, St Antony's College, Oxford
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Extractions: DAGOMBA HISTORY, CULTURE, RELIGION, ECONOMY Please click on the bulleted headings to toggle text. Arhin, Kwame, Traditional Rule in Ghana, Past and Present, SEDCO, ISBN 9964 72 033 5 no date. 43 Succession to Dagbon 'skins.' 'Skins' are material symbols of traditional political office in the northern and upper regions, just as stools are symbols of traditional political office in central and southern Ghana. . . The state of Dagbon . . . was basically a union of autonomous states, with the head of one of them elevated above the others as the 'first among equals.' . . . the Na of Yendi was Na of all Nas. 44 . . . the officials of the Na's court differed from those of ohene's court in being predominantly eunuchs. Bowdich, T. E., Mission from Cape Coast to Ashantee 1819 (notes) 177 7 days from Sallagah NE according to the Moors through the Inta town of Zongoo is Yahndi (Yendi) the capital of Dagwumba. 178 Yahndi is described to be beyond comparison larger than Coomassie, the houses much better built and ornamented. Ashantees lost themselves in the streets. The King Inana Taquanee, has been converted by the Moors, who have settled there in great numbers. The markets at Yahndi are described as animated scenes of commerce, constantly crowded with merchants from almost all countries of the interior. Horses and cattle abound. Yahndi is named after the numeral one, from its pre-eminence.
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Extractions: check used book prices Animal Blessings: Prayers and Poems Celebrating Our Pets Our pets; they are the unassuming animals who capture our hearts and imaginations. In this elegantly packaged collection, June Cotner gathers readings from sources such as Emily Dickinson, George Eliot, Rumi, Robert Frost, and many others, celebrating the animals who are our teachers, heroes, protectors, and dearest friends. Cotner also provides selections dedicated to all the animals of the earth, wild and domestic. Form the smallest, furriest house pet, to the most majestic of wild creatures, this lovely book offers something for every animal lover. From The CriticsCarol Memmott - USA TodayAnimal Blessings: Prayers and Poems Celebrating Our Pets is an adorable collection of special thoughts on our animal friends. Here one can find consoling, memorial prayers and inspiring tributes. USA Today...an adorable collection of special thoughts on our animal friends. Mark Victor HansonBless yourself with love, joy, and inspiration by reading Animal Blessings!