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Welcome to AfroCulture Wiki
The wiki about the african people in diaspora that anyone can edit. This is a democratic website. Our motto is: The knowledge of the people, by the people and for the people. It is a collaborative project that has the intent of creating a collection of African names, proverbs, sayings, fairy tales and idioms that anyone can edit and consult freely. We just started this project in January 2008 and we hope to attract collaborations from all persons of African origin in every part of the world.

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The Igbo traditional marriage culture. How the Yorubas celebrate Child birth



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Musical videos of African artist.



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African Wisdom
Our Cultural Heritage

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