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Sudan’s Aromatic Culture

sunnubian ·
Sudan’s Aromatic Culture On Sunday 9 July 2011, South Sudan seceded from Sudan and became the world’s youngest country. The conflict in Sudan has been well documented, but little attention has been paid to the crafts and arts of Sudan. Few people realize what a rich reservoir to the aromatic past Sudan is, and that Sudan once played a vital role in history of Perfumery and the trade of aromatics. Even today Sudan has a thriving aromatic culture with a unique way of making perfumes. To get a...
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Movie: "THE GOOD LIE"

sunnubian ·
We’re only two days away from seeing one of this year’s most inspirational stories come to life on the big screen! Stand for good. See The Good Lie in theaters tomorrow! Get your tickets here: http://bit.ly/TGLtix See what fans are calling the “best movie to see this year”! Take your loved one to see The Good Lie - in theaters tomorrow! http://bit.ly/TGLtix
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Enough Submits Petition to African Human Rights Commission

sunnubian ·
Enough Submits Petition to African Human Rights Commission Alleging Khartoum’s Violations of International Human Rights Law Posted by Jenn Christian on Apr 20, 2012 Posted by Jenn Christian on Apr 20, 2012 Today, the Enough Project filed a petition before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights , known as the African Human Rights Commission, against Sudan. The petition alleges that the government of Sudan’s indiscriminate aerial bombardment of civilian populations in the states...
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Black People NEVER Learn

sunnubian ·
Arab Neocolonialism: Sudan Gives Egypt Two Million Square Meters of African Land April 5, 2013 | Filed under: Africa , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff AFRICANGLOBE – The Egyptian president Muhammad Morsi arrived in Khartoum today in his first visit since his election last June in the first free polls conducted after the demise of the regime of deposed leader Hosni Mubarak in February 2011. Despite being ideologically in harmony with Sudan’s Arab minority government, Morsi appeared...
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The Politics And Culture Of Skin Bleaching In Sudan

sunnubian ·
The Politics And Culture Of Skin Bleaching In Sudan December 26, 2013 | Filed under: Africa , Featured | Posted by: Editorial_Staff 29 Political Islam in Sudan is hellbent on destroying the African race AFRICANGLOBE – The past 25 years have witnessed fundamental sociopolitical and cultural changes in Sudan. Women have been the terrain of many of the uneasy shifts in the country, even down to their skin, they are now being encouraged to practice skin bleaching She is in her twenties,...
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Re: Black People NEVER Learn

sunnubian ·
Why would ANY African country GIVE away THEIR land to a foreign nation that not too long ago were beating, spitting on and cursing Black Africans for even being in their country? And to their former [and present day] enslavers, at that. Damn.
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Re: Black People NEVER Learn

TheRealDeal ·
Why would ANY African country GIVE away THEIR land to a foreign nation that not too long ago were beating, spitting on and cursing Black Africans for even being in their country? https://www.africanamerica.org/displayForumTopic/content/318235174929471570/ Why would ANY African country GIVE away THEIR land to a foreign nation that not too long ago were beating, spitting on and cursing Black Africans for even being in their country?- by sunnubian - sunnubian For the same reason that a black...
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Re: The Politics And Culture Of Skin Bleaching In Sudan

Kocolicious ·
Oh no! Not there too. This is just testimony of WHERE colorism came from. It is from the ORIGINAL slaver of Africans i.e. The notorious Arab! But!
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Re: Sudan’s Aromatic Culture

Yemaya ·
While the cleanest Europeans were only taking baths every six months. They have the nerve to put it out there that black people stink.
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Egypt Secretly Working To Remove Sudan’s New Prime Minister

sunnubian ·
Africa Egypt Secretly Working To Remove Sudan’s New Prime Minister By Editorial_Staff - Apr 28, 2020 Prime Minister of Sudan Abdalla Hamdok (C) attends closing session of the 33rd African Union Heads of State Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on 10 February 2020. AFRICANGLOBE – As part of its efforts to end negotiations on the Ethiopia dam project , Egypt has been working to undermine and remove Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok because he fully adopts the Ethiopian vision , internal...
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Sudan’s dictator cheers Trump’s electoral victory

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WorldViews Sudan’s dictator cheers Trump’s electoral victory By Ishaan Tharoor November 30 Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir laughs during the swearing-in of Uganda's president, Yoweri Museveni, in Kampala, Uganda, May 12. (Edward Echwalu/Reuters) Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, who has a warrant out for his arrest issued by the International Criminal Court, joined the chorus of autocratic leaders expressing optimism in the wake of President-elect Donald Trump's victory. In an interview...
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