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  • How to prepare Boule, the national dish of Chad

    Traditional African meals are usually prepared with fresh ingredients free from all the preservatives found in prepacked meals. Markets

  • A look at the beautiful African body art – now and then

    Many tribes in Africa view the body as a canvas for decoration and would prefer to wear little to

  • The Embrace, a memorial that honors the legacy of MLK and his wife Coretta Scott King

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