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Humanity is Born in Africa, Africans Travel the World A Study Guide Developed by Kaba Hiawatha Kamene (a a Boo er T.

Coleman, Jr.) Phone # - 646.457.0558 E-Mail - Kamene777@aol.com Faceboo - Kaba Kamene Introduction to Africa - Overview Course Objectives: This is an introductory course that begins with the origins o f Human life in African presence in the Asia. It is a course that explores the cultural contributions Africa and Africans made to this ancient continent. Civi lizations will include those originating in Arabia, India, Persia, Chaldea, Medi a, Babylonia, China, Japan, Vietnam, and many other places in the Far East. Stu dents will also learn how to develop a lesson plan centering on one aspect of th e course. Students will implement interesting and unique teaching/learning metho ds (i.e. Multiple Intelligences, Emotional Intelligences and Blooms Taxonomy. Boo List Introduction to African Civilization Dr. John G. Jac son Citadel Press:N.Y., 1970 Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire Drusilla Dunjee Houston Blac Classic Press: Baltimore, MD, 1926/1985

Introduction to Africa, contd, p 2 Course Syllabus Class 1 Introduction DVD The Cosmic Universe -Overview Learning Styles ---The Arts and Sciences ---New Numbers --- Multiple Intelligences Part 1 a) Emotional Intelligences b) Academic Intelligence ---Blooms Taxonomy ---Personality Five (5) Kinds of Minds -Readings for next class -JGJ (John G. Jac son) p 3-59 -DDH (Drusilla Dunjee Houston) p i-v, 3-14 E-Res Evolution of the Caucasoid Race and Evolution

Class 2 Origin of Life in Africa -The Origin of Life in Africa and the Movement of the Human Family -DVD Origin of Life in Africa, Dr. Chei h Anta Diop -Learning Styles-Multiple Intelligences Part 2 ---Emotional Intelligences Readings for Next Class. JGJ 60-92 -DDH Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4, p 15-65 Class 3- Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization - Review Readings -Discussion Ethiopia and the Origin of Civilization - DVD Nubia -Academic Intelligences Part 1 Readings for Next Class JGJ 93-156 DDH Chapters 5, 6, and 7, p 66-110

Introduction to Africa, contd, p 3 Class 4 Kemet (Egypt) and the Origin of Technology, Part 1 -Discussion Kemetic Arts and Sciences-Astronomy Shaba a Stone -The Dynastic Pharaonic Theocratic System-Old ingdom, 1st Intermediate Period, Middle Kingdom, 2nd Intermediate Period, New Kingd om(18th/19th Dynasties and 25th Dynasty -Academic Intelligences Part 2 Readings for Next Class DDH Chapters 8, 9 and 10, p 111-159 E-Res Ebony and Bronze: Race and Ethni city in Early Arabia and the Islamic World, Wayne B. Chandler Class 5 Kemet (Egypt) and the Origin of Technology, Part 2 Ancient Arabia -DVD Magical Egypt The Temple in Man -Ancient Arabia -Blooms Taxonomy Readings for next Class - DDH Chapters 11, 12 and 13, Pgs 160-209 DDH Chapters 17, p 255-272 E-Res Africans in Early Asian Civilizations Preface to the Tenth (10th) Anniversary Edition Class 6- Ancient Mid-Western Asia Discussion Early Mid-Western Asia Mesopotamia, Chaldea, Babylonia, Elam, Sumer a nd Media -Learning Styles Mental Technology - Creating a Personality The Five (5) Minds -Readings for Next Class DDH Ch 14, 15 and 16, p 210-254 Class 7- Ancient India Discussion Early India DVD Africans in Early Asia -Readings for Next Class E-Res African Presence in Early China - Blac Shogun Learning Styles How to Write a Lesson Plan

Introduction to Africa, contd, p 4 Class 8- Ancient Asia Discussion Early China, Japan and Far East Asia Learning Styles Title/Aim Readings for Next Class JGJ p 196-231 Class 9- The Golden Age of West Africa Discussion The Kingdoms of West Africa Ancient and Medieval Learning Styles Procedure/Activities -Readings for Next Class JGJ p 157-195 E-Res Resource Guide The Moors (North/Northwest Africans) in Europe Class 10-The Empire of the Moor Discussion Africans in Medieval Europe Learning Styles Handouts/Questions Readings for Next Class JGJ p 232-282 Class 11-Africa and the Discovery of America Discussion Africans in Ancient America DVD They Came Before Columbus Learning Styles - Applying Learning Styles with Lesson Plan Writing-Mult. Int.-E motion Readings for Next Class JGJ p 283-295 E-Res Great Zimbabwe Class 12 -Southern Africa Discussion Southern Africa Learning Styles Applying Learning Styles with Lesson Plan Writing-Mult. Int-Acad . Readings for Next Class E-Res Destruction of Blac Civilization Part 1 and 2 - Readings in Pre-Colonial Central Africa Class 13 -Central Africa Review ReadingsDiscussion Central Africa Learning Styles Applying Learning Styles with Lesson Plan Writing Blooms Taxonomy and the Five (5) Minds. Combining the Three (3) Circles. Conclusion It has been recorded that African History is the missing pages of World History. It is the intention of the is course to fill in the pages not included in man y Ancient Civilization classes

The Historic Journey: The Laetoli Footsteps of Ancient Tanzania Following in the Footsteps of our Ancestors We could not have made it without them; Leaving Footsteps for our Descendants to Follow They can not ma e it without us. Theme Question - What are the Laetoli footsteps of early humans found in Tanzani a, East Africa? Theme Purpose - The students will study the ancient Laetoli footprints made by early humans in Africa. These footprints today unravel the questions scientists have regarding the process of life from ancient days to todays human family. Al l of humanity has followed in these footsteps and could not have made it without these peoples called, Australopithecus Afaresis, The recurring theme is the DVD, T he Historic Journey. Vocabulary List: Science volcano, cinders, anthropology, paleontology, archeology, fossil, homini d, Australopithecus Afarensis, speculation Geography Laetoli, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rift Valley, Sadiman, latitude, long itude, Language Arts - erect, impressions, shuffle, ancestor, descendant Questions Determine what the main ideas are by answering the following questions 1) Where is Tanzania in Africa-Latitude/Longitude lines? 2) Where is Laetoli in Tanzania-Latitude/Longitude lines? 3) What does it mean to following in someones footsteps? 4) What would the student want to achieve in life that would inspire future gene rations to follow in their footsteps?

Laetoli Footprints, Activity, contd, pg 2 Academic Standards: Geography Locate Tanzania and Laetoli in Africa. Cite the Latitude and Longitude Lines History/Math Using a Timeline/Number line, identify the time period when these f ootsteps were made. History/Culture/Anthropology - Students will be able to identify the species/fam ily group that made these footsteps. Science/Geology Students will research volcanoes and the ash/residue left behind

. Students will describe how footsteps were preserved for over 3.7 million yea rs. Science/Archeology Students will compare and contrast Australopithecus Afarensis feet with the feet of todays human. Holistic Activity Exit Project - Project includes a (1) Written Essay, (2) Graphic Organizer and (3) Oral Presentation Language Arts- Figurative Language (Flashbac /Foreshadow) Students will research the Laetoli footsteps, describing how all humans have followed in the footsteps of early humans in Africa. This activity will conclude with the students descr ibing the Legacy they plan to leave for future generations to follow and complet e. Students will compare and contrast the story told in the DVD, The Historic Jo urney. Bac ground Information Laetoli Footsteps The Laetoli footsteps are located about thirty (30) miles south of Olduvai. Of all the fossil sites in the Rift system, Laetoli has always been the odd on e. Laetoli was dry then and greener now. Today there are several small la es i n its vicinity and a good deal of vegetation. Laetoli has attracted students of the ancient world for more than forty years because its deposits were b believe d to be very old. The hominid fossils have been dated to be approximately 3.7 m illion years old. Laetoli was the first place where an adult Australopithecine tooth ever found. What set Laetoli apart from the other sites in the world are some footprints that have been found there.

Laetoli Footprints, Activity, contd, pg 3 Laetoli has a nearby volcano, Sadiman. It is extinct today. About four (4) million years ago it was active. One day it spat out a cloud of carbonite ash. This stuff has a consistency not unli e that of very fine beach sand, and it po wdered down over the surrounding landscape in a layer that reached a thic ness o f about half an inch before the eruption stopped. This fall of superfine cinder s must have been extremely unpleasant for the local animals and birds while it w as coming down, but there is no evidence that it did more than ma e them uncomfo rtable, b because they stayed in the area. That first puff of ash probably not lasting more than a day was followed by a rain. The ash became wet and, almost li e a newly laid cement sidewal , began ta ing clear impressions of everything that wal ed across it: elephants, giraffes, antelopes, hares, rhinos, pigs. Th ere were also terrestrial birds li e guinea fowl and ostriches, and even the small t rac s of millipedes. However, by a wildly improbable lin age of events, these footprints were ma de. Sadiman had to blow out a particular ind of ash. Rain had to fall on it a lmost immediately. Hominids had top follow on the heels of the rain. The sun h ad to come out promptly and harden their footprints. Then another blast from Sad iman had to cover and preserve them before another obliterating shower came alon

g. All this had to happen over a period of only a few days. All things conside red, the preservation and recovery of the Laetoli footprints are nothing short o f a miracle. They confirm that hominids were fully erect wal ers at three milli on years Before the Christian Era and even possibly earlier. The footprints are li e modern human footprints. There is well-shaped moder n heel with a strong arch and a good ball of the foot in front of it. The big t oe is straight in line. It doesnt stic out to the side li e an ape toe, or li e the big toe in so many drawings you see of australopithecines. The hominids of Laetoli were imperfect wal ers because the footprints show that they wal ed wit h a shuffle. The direction of the prints indicate that their ma er had been wal ing north under some sections of land that had not yet been eroded. There were two hominids, they were probably wal ing together; one (with slightly larger pr ints) was a male; the other, possibly pregnant, was a female. They probably had been erect wal ers for at least a million years. All of this is speculation; there is still a lot more research to be done! Are you interested in archeology, paleontology or anthropology? How about Afri can History? Follow in the footsteps of yesterdays scientists, study the past. You cant m a e it without themLeave your intellectual footsteps behind. Your present become s your descendants past. Their present will be your future. We cant ma e it with out each other!!!

Origin of Life in Africa Course Outline The Life History of the Human family can only be understood when the continent o f Africa is recognized as humanitys place of origin, cultural development and poi nt of departure to other places on our planet. These early peoples of African d escent brought their science, technology and s ills with them wherever they trav eled. This course will examine the role Africa and Africans played in the devel opment of this worlds civilizations. The curriculum will include a well-rounded study of boo s, magazine articles, essays, presentations and DVDs. Many academi c subjects and disciplines will be utilized to explore Africas role in the origin of the Human Race. Course Objectives The Student will be able to, 1) Discuss how the Earth came into being and continued the process of becoming . 2) Describe where/how the Earth prepared for the birth and development of orga nic life. 3) Express how/why Africa was the birthplace of the human family. 4) Identify and explain the six (6) phases of humanitys life history from austr alopithecines to homo lineages. 5) Locate the places where the human family migrated after they left the Great La es Region in Central East Africa. 6) Discuss the outline of Humanitys birth and growth beginning in the Great La es Region (present day Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania). 7) Describe in spea ing and writing the Geographical, Geological and Historica l impact

on Central East Africa by the indigenous people. 8) Locate materials relevant to the course in a librarys databases. 9) Critique in spea ing and writing boo s, magazines, E-Res articles and DVDs. 10) As a final project students will develop a clear, concise and thorough under standing of geology, geography, history, botany, biology and climatology as they re late to the birth and development of the Human Race

Human Origins, Course Syllabus, Contd, p 2 Required Course Boo Readings Human Development From An African Ancestry, (Karna House: London), 1990. The Origin of Human ind, Richard Lea ey, (Basic Boo s: NY), 1994. E-Res Readings Civilization or Barbarism, Chei h Anta Diop, (Lawrence Hill: NY), 1991. Prehistory, Race and History: Origin of Humanity and Racial Differentiation, p 11-24. Critical Review of the Most Recent Theses on the Origin of Humanity, p 25-68. African Presence in Early Europe, ed., Ivan Van Sertima, Journal of African Civi lizations, Ltd, Inc., vol 7, no. 2, 1985. The Evolution of the Caucasoid, Charles Finch, p 17-23. Race and Evolution in Prehistory, Charles Finch, p 288-314. The First Invaders, Legrand Clegg II, p 23-35. Pre-colonial Africa, Chei h Anta Diop, (Lawrence Hill and Co.), 1987, p 212-236. When We Ruled: The Ancient and Mediaeval History of Blac Civilisations, Robin W al er, (Every Generation Media: London), 2006. Chapter 5 - The Cradle of the Human Race, Human Origins, p 130-138, Early Huma n Culture, p 139-147. Man, God and Civilization, John G. Jac son, (Citadel Press: NJ), 1972. Early Ages of the World, p 3-15, Factors and Evidence of Evolution, p 16-27. The History of Africa: The Quest for Eternal Harmony, Molefi Asante, (Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group: NY, 2007. Introduction, Pgs 1-6 Time of Awa ening-Africa and the Origin of Humanity, Pgs 7-14 Appendix: Chronology of Africa, Pg 351 Human Evolution Coloring Boo (CB), Adrienne L. Zihlman, (Harper Collins: NY), 1 982/2000. See Course Themes

Human Origins, Course Syllabus, Contd, p 3 Magazines National Geographic, July 2010, Vol 218, No. 1, The Evolutionary Road, Jamie Shreeve, p 35-62. The Birth of Bipedalism, p 63-67. Scientific America, Feb 2010, The Na ed Truth, Nina G. Jablons i, p 42-49. CourseThemes CB = Human Evolution Coloring Boo DVDs 1) Cosmos 2) Human Origins, National Geographic 3) The Real Eve 4) Journey of Man Schedule Class 1 Cosmic Calendar -How Did the Cosmic Universe Come Into Being? Rdgs. Human Development from an African Ancestry, p X-XV. Civilization or Barbarism, Dr. Diop, p ix-xvi, 1-58. Man, God and Civilization, p 3-27. Class Discussion Carbon 14/Nitrogen14 Dating Lifes History Notes, p1/2 DVD Cosmos CB-Big Bang, Superclusters, Clusters, Galaxies, Stars, Plan ets, Organic Life Class 2 Occurred? Rdgs. When We Ruled, Dr. Wal er, p 130-147. History of Africa, Dr.Asante, p 1-14, 351. Class Discussion Geological Eras of the Earth DVD Human Origins, National Geographic CB-Ages and Stages of the Earth (Cl-2) CB-Pangaea (Cl-2) CB-Continental Drift (Cl-2) Ages and Stages of the Earth Pangaea/Continental Drift -After the Earth Formed, What Were the Various Changes that

Human Origins, Course Syllabus, contd, p 4 Class 3 riod? Rdgs. Human Dev., p 109-142, 150-154. Class Discussion Humanitys Life History/Miocene Period Humanitys Ancestor - Notes, p 2/3 CB-Miocene Age, Mitochondria DNA, Kinds of Primates, Fossil Mon eys Miocene Age -When Did the Miocene Age Occur/What Happened During This Pe

Apes, Ape Family Tree, African Apes, Gorillas Great La es Region Rift Valley/Hapi (Nile) Valley

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-Where Is the Great La es Region/How Did Human Life Begin an d Become In This Area? Rdgs. - Human Dev., p 3-47, 143-146. Class Discussion Geography/Geology Kushites in the Rift/H api Valley DVD Real Eve, Part 1 CB-Development of Hands and Feet, Development of Hands an d Doing Class 5 d Tree? Rdgs. - Human Dev., p 48-99, 146-149. Class Discussion Appendix #2 Gloger, Allen and Bergmanns Rule s, Notes, p 16, 17, 18 DVD Real Eve, Part 2 CB-Wal ing Upright, Bi-Pedalism, Bodily Trun Proportions, Bipedal ower Limbs, Hominid Locomotion-Footprints and Foot Bones Class 6 een Hominid and Hominoid? Rdgs - Scientific America, The Na ed Truth, p 42-49. Class Discussion Animal to Human Animal, Ultimate Transform ation, Notes,p4-Power to Grasp, Hind Limbs, Recession of Snout Reg ion, Perfection of Upright Posture, Notes,p5,6,7 Loss of Tail, p7, Appendix #1,11,12,13,14,15 DVD Real Eve, Part 3 CB-Comparative Anatomy, The Savannah Mosaic, Measuring Time Morphological Changes From Animal to Human -What Changes Impacted Primates? What is the Difference Betw Anatomy and Locomotion, Hominid Locomotion (Pelvis/L Hominid/Hominoid -Who Are the Living Beings that Comprise the Hominid/Hominoi

Human Origins, Course Syllabus, contd, p 5 Class 7 red During Their Lifes History? From Robust to Graceful Rdgs. Origin of Human ind, p ix-xvi, 1-58. Class Discussion Chronology of Humanitys Life History, Six (6) Physical Transmutations of the Human Family,Notes,p7,8,9. DVD Journey of Man, Part 1. CB-Australopithecine-Cranial and Facial Comparison, Austra lopithecine Adaptation, Olduvai Gorge, La e Tur ana, Kenya, West La e Tur ana, Australopithecines (Robustus/Gracile) -Who Are the Two Members of the 1st Human Group? What Occur

Kenya, Afar Triangle, Ethiopia Class 8 urred During their Lifes History? From Tool Ma er to Standing Ere ct n, notes, p 7 Six (6) Physical Transmutations of the Human Family, notes , p 10, 11. DVD Journey of Man, Part 2 CB-Hominid Sites, Early Hominid Behavior, Hominid Locomoti onArdipithecus Ramidus, Lucy, Laetoli Footprints, Brain Evol ution Class 9 red During Their Lifes History? From Thin ing to Thin ing Creat ively Rdgs. - Origin of Human ind, p 59-118. Class Discussion Homo Sapiens Sapiens, notes, p 11 DVD Journey of Man, Part 3 CB-African Origin of Homo Sapiens Class 10 Human Movement North/North West Across the Africa Continent - Where Did Africans Migrate Across Africa? Rdgs. Pre-colonial Africa, Dr. Diop, p 212-236. Class Discussion Life Along Hapi, notes, p 18,19,20,21 CB-Expansion of Homo Sapiens(Cl-10) Homo Line - Part 2 (Homo Sapiens/Homo Sapiens Sapiens) -Who Are the Two Last Members of the Human Group? What Occur Rdgs National Geographic, The Evolutionary Road, p 35-62. Class Discussion Laetoli,notes,pg 3,4, Development of Brai Homo Line- Part 1(Habilis/Erectus) -Who Are the Two Members of the Middle Human Group? What Occ

Human Origins, Course Outline, contd, p 6 Class 11 Human Migration Out of Africa - Part 1 - East Through Asia -Where Did Africans Migrate In Asia(Eastern Asia)? Rdgs. African Presence in Early Europe, p 17-35, 288-314. Class Discussion Melanin, notes, pgs 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 CB-Development of Hands and Tools, Early Homo Line in Afric a Hominids Leave Africa Class 12 Human Migration Out of Africa - Part 2 North Into Europe -Where Did Africans Migrate In Europe (Western Asia)? Rdgs. Origins of Human ind, p 119-157. Class Discussion First Migrations, notes, p 21, 22, 23, 24 Life History, notes, p 29,

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CB-Neanderthals-A Distinct Species, Neanderthals and Moder n Humans Class 13 4 Ice Ages CB- Human S in Class 14 Latitude Line The 51st Parallel Latitude Dividing Line of the 51st Parallel -What Is the Two Cradle Theory (Northern/Southern)? Class Discussion The Northern Earth Above the 51st Parallel The Four (4) Ice Ages -What Happened During Earths 4 Major Ice Ages Class DiscussionGeography, Geology, History and Impact of the

Africans/Moors in Europe Course Description Africans in Medieval Europe will include exploration of concepts in African and European civilizations. Presentations will include the research on settlements and subsequent movement of African people into Southern Spain in 710 ACE to the defeat of the last recorded African ruler, Boabdil, in Granada, Spain on January 2 , 1492. Course Objectives Discuss the outline of the history of African peoples traveling to Medieval Euro pe Describe the outline of Europes Medieval Age in spea ing and writing Articulate an understanding of the inter-relationships of the history of Mediev al Africa and Europe to the histories of other groups in the Africa and Europe. Locate materials relevant to the course in library databases. Critique boo s and articles orally and in writing. List Golden Age of the Moors, ed. Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Journal of African Civilizations Ltd, Inc, Vol 11, Fall 1991. African Presence in Early Europe, ed. Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Journal of African Civilizations Ltd, Inc, Vol 7, November 1985. Please Note: For Guide to Reading Assignments: African Presence in Early Europe = APEE Golden Age of the Moor = GAM

Initials in Front of Essay = Author of Essay

Africans in Europe, contd, p 2 Class 1 Introduction/Overview Class Question What are the expectations and responsibilities of this course? Class 2 Race and Origins of Africans in Early Europe-Part 1 Readings APEE IVS Introduction p 7-16 CF- Race and Evolution in Prehistory p 288-318 CF- The Evolution of the Caucasoid p 17-22 LgC-The First Invaders p 23-35 Class Question How did Human Life emerge from Afr Migrate to Europe? Class 3 143 ES-Blac s in Western Europe p 190-202 DL-African Presence in the Early History of the Bri tish Isles and Scandanavia p 223-244 LgC-The Mystery of the Arctic Twa pg 245-250 RR- Ancient and Modern Britain:A Review p 251-261 CIH-Blac s in Pre-Revolutionary Russia-p 261-276 E-Res Great Men of Color Overview Europe Alexander Push in Class Question How/Where did Africans influence th e Northern Regions of Europe? Class 4 d Greece t Mediterranean Isles and Mainland Greece-p 36-65 MB-Blac Athena-African and Levantine Roots of Gree ce-p 66-82 JAW-The Stolen Legacy:A Review- g 83-89 AGH-Blac s in Antiquity p 90-95 Africans in the Ancient Mediterranean Isles and Mainlan Readings APEE JB-The African Presence in the Ancien Origins of Africans in Europe-Part 2 Readings APEE - IVS The Definitional Problem p 134-

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Class Question What cultural impact did Africa hav e on the Mediterranean Isles including Greece?

Africans in Europe, contd, p 3 Class 5 dalus the Moors, p 93-150 JC Moorish Culture-Bringers, p 248-277 Class Question Who are the Moors? Where did the M oors come From? Class 6 Moors in Medieval Europe Readings GAM IVS The Moor in Africa: Origins and Definitions, p 1-8 IVS The Moor in Europe, p 9-26 JEB/RR The Moors in Antiquity, p 27-84 JGJ Empire of the Moors, p 85-92 Class Question What impact did the Moors have in Eu Moorish Contributions to European Culture/Civilization Moors from Pre-History to the Moorish Dynasty in Al-An Readings GAM DR African Heritage/Ethno-History of

rope? Class 7 , 9 Class Question What cultural/national contributions did Moors Bring to Europe?

p 151-181 ES The Moors and Portugals Global Expansion, p 331-35

E-Res Alexandre Dumas I, II and III/Chevalier St. George/ Joachim Murat/Ira Aldridge Class Question What classical role did Moors play in the arts of Europe/Russia? Class 9 d Education in Moorish Al-Andalusia Readings GAM - JVPB-Moorish Spain:Academic Source an

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Moors in Language Arts-Othello and the Three Mus eteers Sha espeares Othello or any of Alexandre Dumas classics RJ APEE - African Presence in Sha espearean Drama, p 276-28

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Foundation for The Rise and Success of Western Euro pean Universities In the Middle Ages, p 182-247 Class Question What educational standards did the M oors of North Africa institute in Europe?

Africans in Europe, contd, p 4 Class 10 iddle Ages, p 382-395 IVS The Egyptian Precursor to Gree and Arab Science , s Contribute to the Europes Renaissance? Class 11 0-381 Class Question How did African Faith Systems impact Christian And Islamic Philosophy of EurAsia? Class 12 can Isis, Europe? Class 13 -330 E-Res Beethoven/George Bridgetower Class Question- Is there a Moorish Musical Legacy in Europe? Class 14 Era? a role in the Crusades? Concluding Question Did African ingdoms have an impact on European Culture and Civilization? Was this way of life transported to the newly discovered nations t hat Europe would encounter? What are some of these enduring legacies? Class Questions 1)What were the Crusades of the Medieval 2) Did the Moors have Music of the Moors Readings GAM-YA-Music of the Moors in Spain, p 278 African Women in Moorish Europe Readings APEE ES African Women in Europe, p 203-222 DR Blac Madonnas of Europe: Diffusion of the Afri p 108-133 Class Question What role did African Women play in African Faith Systems in Medieval Europe Readings GAM -ES -African Popes, p 96-107 MC Africans in the Birth and Expansion of Islam, p 36 p 396-406 Class Question What scientific methods did the Moor Moorish Science Readings GAM- BL/SZ Cairo: Science Academy of the M

Africans in Early Americas Boo List They Came Before Columbus, Dr. Ivan Van Sertima African Presence in Early America (Revised), ed., Dr. Ivan Van Sertima Dawn Voyager, Michael Bradley Resource Boo s -Jairazbhoy, R., A., Ancient Egyptians in Middle and South America , Ancient Egyptians and Chinese in America , Ramses III, Father of Ancient America -Joseph, Fran , The Lost Treasure of King Juba Class 1 Class 2

xi-xvii E-Res Fulcrums of Change, Jan Ca rew Class 3 215-230. . Class 4 America, Evidence from Early Maps, Joan Covey, pg 118-135. Dawn Voyager, Matter of Boats,pg 112-119, Blac Ships of the Bronze Age, pg 120-133. Geography of Africa and America Readings African Presence Ch 5 African Sea Kings in The Original Americans Readings African Presence Ch 10 Men Out Of Asia, Reassessment of the Gladwin Theory,Runo o Rashidi, p Ch. 11 The First Americans, Legrand Clegg, p 231-240

Introduction/Overview View DVD They Came Before Columbus Primary Sources View DVD Dr. Ivan Van Sertima Readings- They Came Before Columbus Intro-xiii-xv Authors Note xvi-xviii African Presence Intro p 5-27 Dawn Voyager Intro v-x, Forward-

Africans in Early America, contd, p 2 Class 5 ngs of of Kush, Peggy A. Broo s-Bertram, p 149-190. Class 6 Nation Egypt, 142-179. Class 7 idence n Ancient America: Evidence from Physical Anthropology, Keith Jor dan, p 102-117. Class 8 Class 9 A Plea For Reexamination, David J.M. Muffett, p 155-163. Africa and the Discovery of America A 1920 Review from the Journal Of Negro History, Leo Weiner, p 164-168. Mandinga Voyages across the Atlantic, Harold Lawrence (Kofi Wangara), p 169-214. Class 10 African Presence in Medieval America, AD, Part 2 Readings They Came Before Columbus, Ivan Van Sertima, Ch 1 The Secret Route from Guinea, p 1-18, Ch 2 the Visible Witnesses, p 19-36, Ch 3 The Mariner Prince of Mali, p 38-49, Ch 4 Africans Across the Sea, p 50-70. The Moors of North/North West Africa Readings E-Res Golden Age of the Moor Outline African Presence in Medieval America, AD, Part 1 Readings African Presence in Early America, Leo Weiner, African Presence in Ancient America, BC, Part 2 Physical Ev Readings Unexpected Faces in Pre-Columbian America, Alexander Von Wuthenau, p 82-101.The African Presence i African Presence in Ancient America, BC- Part 1 - The Olmec History of the 25th Dynasty of Ancient Kemet (Egypt) Readings They Came Before Columbus, Ch 6 - The Blac Ki The 25th Dynasty, p 123-141. E-Res Egypt, Child of Africa, The Sixth Napatan Dynasty

p 100-122. Ch 9 African Egyptian Presence in Ancient America, p

Africans in Early America, contd, p 3 Class 11 African Presence in Medieval America, AD, Part 3

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Readings They Came Before Columbus, Ivan Van Sertima, Ch 5 Among The Quetzalcoatl, p 71-89, Ch 6 Mandingo Traders in Medieval Mexico, p 90-107, Dawn Voyager, Michael Bradley, Ch 1 Primitive Myths of a Savage People, p 1-18, Ch 2 The Niger and the Nile, p 19-38, Ch 3 The Puzzle of Diffusion, p 39-48. African Presence in Early America, Selected Topic #1 Africans and Asians in Early America, African Presence in Early America, ed., Ivan Van Serti Readings Trait-Influences in Meso-America: The African-

Asian Class 13 Connection, Wayne B. Chandler, p 241-308. African Presence in Early America, Selected Topic #2 The Botany Connection Readings They Came Before Columbus, Ivan Van Sertima, Plants and Transplants, p 180-208. Dawn Voyager, Evidence of Botany, p 134-139. African Presence in Early America, Selected Topic #3 The Pyramids of Africa and America Readings E-Res Blac s in Science: Ancient and Modern, African Civilizations, ed., Ivan Van Sertima, The Pyram ids:Ancient Showcase of Ancient Science and Technology, p 136-154. African Presence in Early America, ed. Ivan Van Sertim a, Pyramids American and African: A Comparison, Beatrice Lump in, p 136-154. issippi, Class 15 Native Roots, Jac Weatherford, Pyramids Along The Miss African Presence in Early America, Selected Topic #4 Cultural Parallels Readings They Came Before Columbus, Ivan Van Sertima, Ch 11 Smo ing, Tobacco and Pipes in Africa and America, Ch 12 The Mystery of Mu-lan-pi, p 232-260. Postscripts on Other Finds, p 261-272. Dawn Voyager, Michael Bradley, Ch 9 Possible Cultural P arallels, p 140-155, Ch 10 White Gods and Lost Cities, p 156-175, Ch 11 The Shared Adventure, p 176-183.

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p 209-231.

Africans in Asia Boo s -African Presence in Early Asia, ed. Dr. Ivan Van Sertima and Runo o Rashidi, Tr ansaction Press:NJ, 1985. -Wonderful Ethiopians of the Ancient Cushite Empire Drusilla Dunjee Houston Blac Classic Press: Baltimore, MD, 1926/1985 -When We Ruled the World, Robin Wal er, Every Generation Media, 2006

Class 1 - Introduction and Overview African Presence Glossary, p 382-390 Ch 1 - Preface to the Tenth Anniversary Edition, Runo o Rashidi, p 8-9 Ch 2 - Intro to the Tenth Anniversary Edition, Runo o Rashidi, p 10-12 Ch 3 - Editorial and Introduction to the first Edition, Ivan Van Sertima, p 13-18 Ch 4 - Dedication and Tribute - The Passing of Giants - John Glover Jac son and Chancellor Williams, Runo o Rashidi, p 19-20 Ch 5 - Africans in Early Asian Civilizations: An Overview, Runo o Rashidi, p 21-5 8 When We Ruled The Peopling of the Ancient East, Robin Wal er, p 578-589 Class 2 - African Presence in Early Southwest Asia African Presence Ch 6 - Egyptian Civilization in Colchis on the Blac Sea, Rafique Ali Jairazbhoy , p 59-64 Ch 20 - Blac s and Jews in Historical Interaction: The Biblical/African Experien ce, Charles Copher, p 177-185 Ch 21 - Africa and Palestine in Antiquity, Charles S. Finch III, p 186-196 Ch 17 - Peopling of the First World: Small Blac s in Africa and Asia, Runo o Rash idi and James E. Brunson, p 158-161 Ch 23 - Unexpected Faces in Early Asia: A Photo Essay, James E. Brunson, p 205-23 2 Wonderful Ethiopians Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4, p 15-65 Chapters 5, 6, and 7, p 66-110

Africans in Early Asia, contd, p 2 Class 3 - African Presence in Early Arabia and the Islamic World of Asia African Presence Ch 31 - Ebony and Bronze: Race and Ethnicity in Early Arabia and the Islamic Wor s in Asia, Wayne B. Chandler, p 270-311 Ch 32 - Research Notes: Ancient Cities Beneath the Arabian Sands, Runo o Rashidi, p 312-313 Ch 33 - The African Presence in Early Arabia and the Islamic World in Asia: A Se lected Bibliography, Compiled by Runo o Rashidi, p 314-315 When We Ruled, Arabia Felix, Robin Wal er, p 633-644 Wonderful Ethiopians Chapters 11, 12 and 13, Pgs 160-209 Chapters 8, 9 and 10, Pgs 111-159 Chapters 11, 12 and 13, Pgs 160-209 Chapters 17, Pgs 255-272

Africans in Asia, contd, p 3 Class 5 - India - Part 1 African Presence Ch 7 - The Script of the Indus Valley Civilization, Walter A. Fairservis, Jr., p 6 5-80 Ch 8 - The Jewel in the Lotus: The Ethiopian Presence in the Indus Valley Civili zation, Wayne B. Chandler, p 81-106 Ch 10 - Review Essay: Ancient Kushite Roots in India (A Survey of the Wor s of Godfrey Higgins), Gershom Williams, p 113-120 Ch 14 - Mali Ambar: Africas Regent Minister in India, Joseph E. Harris, p 146-152 Ch 15 - Research Note: The Case of the Habashis of the Da an, Omar Khalidi, p 153-154 Ch 16 - African Dynasties in India: A Selected Bibliography of the Siddis, Runo o Rashidi, p 155-157 Class 6 African Ch 12 Ch 13 Ch 24 ar, - India - Part 2 Presence Commentary: Blac Bondage in Asia, Runo o Rashidi, p 138-139 African Bondage in Asian Lands, Gershom Williams, p 140-145 Chei h Anta Diop and the Search for cultural Roots of Dalits, V.T. Rajshe

p 233-234 Ch 25 - The Blac Untouchables of India: Reclaiming Our Cultural Heritage, V.T. Rajshe ar, p 235-242 Ch 26 - Dalits: The Blac Untouchables of India, Runo o Rashidi, p 243-245 Ch 27 - The Historical Unity of Africans and Dalits - A Selected Bibliography, Runo o Rashidi, p 246-249 When We Ruled Ch 21 - Indus Valley, p 627-633 Class 7 - China and Japan

Class 4 African Ch 18 Ch 19 When We Ch 20 -

- Sumer, Elam, Mesopotamia, Media and Babylonia Presence More Light on sumer, Elam and India, Runo o Rashidi, p 162-171 The Blac heads of Sumer: A Bibliogaphy, Runo o Rashidi, p 172-176 Ruled Sumer and Elam, p590-597 Mesopotamia Chronology, p 598-599 Sumer, p 600-612 Elam, p 613-626 Wonderful Ethiopians Ch 14, 15 and 16, p 210-254

African Presence Ch 11 - The African Presence in Early China, James E. Brunson, p 121-137 Ch 34 - Blac Shogun: The African Presence in Japanese Antiquity, James E. Brunso n, Runo o Rashidi and Wallace Magsby, p 316-330 Ch 35 - The Blac Presence in Classical Southeast Asian Civilization, Runo o Rashi di, p 331-353 Ch 36 - Diminuitive Africoids: First People of the Phillipines, Runo o Rashidi, p 354-359

Africans in Early Asia, contd, p 4 Class 8 - Tribute to the Past African Presence Ch 28 - Researching the African Presence in Asia: The Challenge Ahead of Us, Chancellor williams, p 250-251 Ch 29 - Tribute to a Forerunner: A Selected Bibliography of John Glover Jac son, p 252-253 Ch 30 - Pioneer Contributions to the Documentation of the African Presence in Ea rly Asia: 1883-1918, Runo o Rashidi and James E. Brunson, p 254-269 Class 9 African Ch 37 Ch 38 - Spiritual Foundations Presence The Principality of Polarity, Wayne B. Chandler, p 360-377 Bodhidharma: Founder and First Patriarch of Zen Buddhism, Wayne B. Chandler, p 378 Ch 9 - Krishna and Buddha of India: Blac Gods of Asia, John G. Jc son, p 107-112 Class 10 - African Art and Architecture in Early Asia African Presence Ch 39 - The African Presence in the Art and Architecture of Early Central Asia, Runo o Rashidi and James E. Brunson, p 379 Ch 40 - James Cowles Prichard on the African Presence in Asia, Runo o Rashidi, p 380

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