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Black History Heroes: The African Renaissance Monument in Dakar, Senegal

This monument to African renaissance is one of the tallest statues in the world, at 160 feet the statue towers over the skyline of the Senegalese capital of Dakar, Africa, designed by Pierre Goudiaby and built at a cost of 27 million dollars

Actual photo of The Great King Shaka Zulu

An old century photograph of a Zulu warrior - The Zulu people, Zulu Tribe and legendary King Shaka Zulu

The Anyi people are a subgroup of the Akan, originally from Ghana, who fled the from the Ashanti tribe to their current location in present day Ivory Coast between the 16th and 18th centuries.

Agnibilécro-Kangah, a chief of the Anyi, Ivory Coast circa The seated ruler wears a Bondoukou style cloth, much prized by collectors now.

Ghana (Wagadu), the earliest known empire of the western Sudan, first entered the historical consciousness of North Africa near the end of the eighth century but probably originated long before. The empire's legacy is still celebrated in the name of the Republic of Ghana; apart from this, however, modern-day and ancient Ghana share no direct historical connections. Despite early texts that discuss ancient Ghana, such as The Book of Routes and Kingdoms by the eleventh-century

As was recently mentioned in the GeoCurrents discussion forum, the names of several modern African countries were derived from former African kingdoms (or

Africa | "King Sakite of East-Krobo, whose capital is Odumase. The necklace and the sword were presented to him by Queen Victoria. His robe is indigenous."  Krobo, Eastern Region, Ghana.  ca. 1871 - 1882 | Photographer unknown; Historical Photographs from the Basel Mission

"King Sakite of East-Krobo, whose capital is Odumase. The necklace and the sword were presented to him by Queen Victoria. His robe is indigenous. 1871 - from the Basel Mission Ghana