San People

History of The San People

The San are the oldest inhabitants of Southern Africa, where they have lived for at least 20 000 years. The term San is commonly used to refer to a diverse group of hunter-gatherers living in Southern Africa who share historical and linguistic connections.

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Christian Frederick Cole – The First Black Graduate of the University of Oxford and England’s First Black Barrister

Christian Frederick Cole was a Sierra Leonean lawyer who became an historical icon after becoming the first African barrister to practice in England and the first black African student to study at the University of Oxford.

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Countries With The Highest Population of Black People

The world is home to a diverse array of ethnicities and races, with black people making up a significant portion of the global population. While black people can be found in virtually every country on the planet, some nations are home to larger populations of black people than others. Here, we’ll take a look at the countries with the highest populations of black people.

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The First Genocide of The 20th Century – How The Germans Killed Over 100,000 Namibians

In the 19th century, Namibia, a country in Southern Africa, was populated by several ethnic groups: the San, Damara, Ovambo, Nama, and Herero. The Nama and Herero, livestock farmers, were the country’s two main tribes. During the early period of colonization, the Herero people were far more economically and socially powerful than the Germans at the time, keeping German colonization at bay.

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