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List of sovereign states and dependent territories in Africa
territories in Africa. It includes both fully recognized states, states with limited recognition, and dependent territories of both African and non-African states

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It has been suggested that this article be merged into List of sovereign states and dependent territories by continent. (Discuss) Proposed since July 2016.

This is a list of sovereign states and dependent territories in Africa. It includes both fully recognized states, states with limited recognition, and dependent territories of both African and non-African states. It lists 54 sovereign states and 10 non-sovereign territories.

Malta and parts of France, Italy, Portugal, and Spain are located on the African continental plate, some considerably closer to the African than European mainland, but politically are generally considered European by convention. Similarly, the island of Socotra is also on the African plate and much closer to Africa, but is politically part of the Asian state of Yemen. Egypt, although extending into Asia through the Sinai Peninsula, is considered an African state.

Contents
  • 1 Sovereign states
    • 1.1 Recognised states
    • 1.2 States with limited recognition
  • 2 Non-sovereign territories
    • 2.1 Dependent territories
    • 2.2 Other areas
  • 3 See also
  • 4 Notes
  • 5 References

Sovereign states Recognised states

The following 54 fully recognised states are all members of the United Nations and the African Union.

* = Membership in African Union suspended Flag Map English short and formal names
Domestic short and formal names Capital
Population
Area
Algeria

People's Democratic Republic of Algeria Arabic: الجزائر — الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية (al-Jazāʼir—al-Jumhūriyya al-Jazāʾiriyya d-Dimuqrāṭiyya al-Šaʾbiyya) Algiers

Arabic: الجزائر (al-Jazā’er) 40,969,443 02381740 !2,381,740 km2 (919,595 sq mi) Angola

Republic of Angola Portuguese: Angola—República de Angola Luanda

Portuguese: Luanda 25,789,024 01246700 !1,246,700 km2 (481,354 sq mi) Benin

Republic of Benin French: Bénin—République du Bénin Porto-Novo

French: Porto-Novo 8,439,000 00112622 !112,622 km2 (43,484 sq mi) Botswana

Republic of Botswana English: Botswana—Republic of Botswana

Tswana: Botswana—Lefatshe la Botswana Gaborone

English: Gaborone

Tswana: Gaborone 1,839,833 00581726 !581,726 km2 (224,606 sq mi) Burkina Faso French: Burkina Faso Ouagadougou

French: Ouagadougou 13,228,000 00274000 !274,000 km2 (105,792 sq mi) Burundi

Republic of Burundi Kirundi: Burundi—Republika y'u Burundi

French: Burundi—République du Burundi Bujumbura

Kirundi: Bujumbura

French: Bujumbura 7,548,000 00027830 !27,830 km2 (10,745 sq mi) Cameroon

Republic of Cameroon English: Cameroon—Republic of Cameroon

French: Cameroun—République du Cameroun Yaoundé

English: Yaoundé

French: Yaoundé 17,795,000 00475442 !475,442 km2 (183,569 sq mi) Cape Verde

Republic of Cabo Verde Portuguese: Cabo Verde—República de Cabo Verde Praia

Portuguese: Praia 420,979 00004033 !4,033 km2 (1,557 sq mi) Central African Republic Sango: Ködörösêse tî Bêafrîka

French: République centrafricaine Bangui

French: Bangui 4,216,666 00622984 !622,984 km2 (240,535 sq mi) Chad

Republic of Chad Arabic: تشاد — جمهورية تشاد (Tšād—Jumhūriyyat Tšād)

French: Tchad—République du Tchad N'Djamena

Arabic: نجامينا (Nijāmīnā)

French: Ndjamena 10,146,000 01284000 !1,284,000 km2 (495,755 sq mi) Comoros

Union of the Comoros Arabic: جزر القمر — جمهورية القمر المتحدة (Juzur al-Qamar—Jumhūriyyat al-Qamar al-Muttaḥida)

Comorian: Komori—Udzima wa Komori

French: Comores—Union des Comores Moroni

Arabic: موروني (Mūrūnī)

French: Moroni 798,000 00002235 !2,235 km2 (863 sq mi) Democratic Republic of the Congo French: République démocratique du Congo Kinshasa

French: Léopoldville 75,507,308 02344858 !2,344,858 km2 (905,355 sq mi) Republic of the Congo French: République du Congo Brazzaville

French: Brazzaville 4,012,809 00342000 !342,000 km2 (132,047 sq mi) Djibouti

Republic of Djibouti Arabic: جيبوتي — جمهورية جيبوتي (Jibūti—Jumhūrīyat Jibūti)

French: Djibouti—République de Djibouti Djibouti City

Arabic: مدينة جيبوتي (Jibūti Madīna)

French: Ville de Djibouti 906,000 00023200 !23,200 km2 (8,958 sq mi) Egypt

Arab Republic of Egypt Arabic: مصر — جمهورية مصر العربية (Miṣr—Jumhūrīyat Miṣr al-ʿArabiyya) Cairo

Arabic: القاهرة (al-Qāhirah) 90,850,000 01001449 !1,001,449 km2 (386,662 sq mi) Equatorial Guinea

Republic of Equatorial Guinea French: Guinée équatoriale—République de Guinée équatoriale

Portuguese: Guiné Equatorial—República da Guiné Equatorial

Spanish: Guinea Ecuatorial—República de Guinea Ecuatorial Malabo

French: Malabo

Portuguese: Malabo

Spanish: Malabo 504,000 00028051 !28,051 km2 (10,831 sq mi) Eritrea

State of Eritrea Arabic: إرتريا — دولة إرتريا (ʾIritriyā—Dawlat ʾIritriyā)

English: Eritrea—State of Eritrea

Tigrinya: ኤርትራ — ሃገረ ኤርትራ (ʾErtra—Hagere ʾErtra) Asmara

Arabic: أسمرة (ʾAsmara)

Tigrinya: ኣስመራ(Asmera) 5,880,000 00117600 !117,600 km2 (45,406 sq mi) Ethiopia

Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Amharic: Iትዮጵያ — የIትዮጵያ ፈደራላዊ ዲሞክራሲያዊ ሪፐብሊክ (Ītyōṗṗyā—Ītyōṗṗyā Fēdēralāwī Dēmōkrāsīyāwī Rīpeblīk) Addis Ababa

Amharic: አዲስ አበባ (Addis Abäba) 99,465,819 01104300 !1,104,300 km2 (426,373 sq mi) Gabon

Gabonese Republic French: Gabon—République gabonaise Libreville

French: Libreville 1,384,000 00267668 !267,668 km2 (103,347 sq mi) Gambia

Republic of the Gambia English: Gambia—Republic of the Gambia Banjul

English: Banjul 1,517,000 00010380 !10,380 km2 (4,008 sq mi) Ghana

Republic of Ghana English: Ghana—Republic of Ghana Accra

English: Accra 23,000,000 00238534 !238,534 km2 (92,098 sq mi) Guinea

Republic of Guinea French: Guinée—République de Guinée Conakry

French: Conakry 10,057,975 00245857 !245,857 km2 (94,926 sq mi) Guinea-Bissau

Republic of Guinea-Bissau Portuguese: Guiné-Bissau—República da Guiné-Bissau Bissau

Portuguese: Bissau 1,586,000 00036125 !36,125 km2 (13,948 sq mi) Ivory Coast

Republic of Côte d'Ivoire French: Côte d'Ivoire—République de Côte d'Ivoire Yamoussoukro

French: Yamoussoukro 17,654,843 00322460 !322,460 km2 (124,503 sq mi) Kenya

Republic of Kenya English: Kenya—Republic of Kenya

Swahili: Kenya—Jamhuri ya Kenya Nairobi

English: Nairobi

Swahili: Nairobi 34,707,817 00580367 !580,367 km2 (224,081 sq mi) Lesotho

Kingdom of Lesotho English: Lesotho—Kingdom of Lesotho

Sotho: Lesotho—Muso oa Lesotho Maseru

English: Maseru

Sotho: Maseru 2,067,000 00030355 !30,355 km2 (11,720 sq mi) Liberia

Republic of Liberia English: Liberia—Republic of Liberia Monrovia

English: Monrovia 4,128,572 00111369 !111,369 km2 (43,000 sq mi) Libya

State of Libya Arabic: ليبيا (Lībiyā)

Berber: ⵍⵉⴱⵢⴰ (Libya) Tripoli

Arabic: طرابلس (Ṭarābulus)

Berber: ⵟⵔⴰⴱⵍⴻⵙ (Ṭrables) 6,036,914 01759540 !1,759,540 km2 (679,362 sq mi) Madagascar

Republic of Madagascar French: Madagascar—République de Madagascar

Malagasy: Repoblikan'i Madagasikara Antananarivo

French: Antananarivo

Malagasy: Antananarivo 18,606,000 00587041 !587,041 km2 (226,658 sq mi) Malawi

Republic of Malawi Chichewa: Malaŵi—Dziko la Malaŵi

English: Malawi—Republic of Malawi Lilongwe

Chichewa: Lilongwe

English: Lilongwe 12,884,000 00118484 !118,484 km2 (45,747 sq mi) Mali

Republic of Mali French: Mali—République du Mali Bamako

French: Bamako 13,518,000 01240192 !1,240,192 km2 (478,841 sq mi) Mauritania

Islamic Republic of Mauritania Arabic: موريتانيا — الجمهورية الإسلامية الموريتانية (Mūrītānīyya—al-Jumhūriyya al-ʾIslāmiyya al-Mūrītānīyya) Nouakchott

Arabic: نواكشوط (Nuwākshūṭ) 3,069,000 01030700 !1,030,700 km2 (397,955 sq mi) Mauritius

Republic of Mauritius English: Mauritius—Republic of Mauritius

French: Maurice—République de Maurice

Mauritian Creole Moris—Republik Moris Port Louis

English: Port Louis

French: Port-Louis

Mauritian Creole: Port Louis 1,219,220 00002040 !2,040 km2 (788 sq mi) Morocco

Kingdom of Morocco Arabic : المغرب — المملكة المغربية (al-Maḡrib—al-Mamlaka al-Maḡribiyya)

Berber: ⵜⴰⴳⵍⴷⵉⵜ ⵏ ⵍⵎⴰⵖⵔⵉⴱ (Tageldit n-Elmaġrib) Rabat

Arabic: الرباط (ar-Ribaaṭ)

Berber: ⴰⵕⴱⴰⵟ (Aṛbaṭ) 35,757,175 00446550 !446,550 km2 (172,414 sq mi) excludes all disputed territories; 710,850 km2 (274,461 sq mi) includes the Moroccan-administered parts of Western Sahara (claimed as the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic by the Polisario Front). Mozambique

Republic of Mozambique Portuguese: Moçambique—República de Moçambique Maputo

Portuguese: Maputo 20,366,795 00801590 !801,590 km2 (309,496 sq mi) Namibia

Republic of Namibia English: Namibia—Republic of Namibia Windhoek

English: Windhoek 2,031,000 00825418 !825,418 km2 (318,696 sq mi) Niger

Republic of Niger French: Niger—République du Niger Niamey

French: Niamey 13,957,000 01267000 !1,267,000 km2 (489,191 sq mi) Nigeria

Federal Republic of Nigeria English: Nigeria—Federal Republic of Nigeria Abuja

English: Abuja 174,507,539 00923768 !923,768 km2 (356,669 sq mi) Rwanda

Republic of Rwanda English: Rwanda—Republic of Rwanda

French: Rwanda—République du Rwanda

Kinyarwanda Rwanda—Repubulika y'u Rwanda Kigali

English: Kigali

French: Kigali

Kinyarwanda Kigali 7,600,000 00026798 !26,798 km2 (10,347 sq mi) São Tomé and Príncipe

Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe Portuguese: São Tomé e Príncipe—República Democrática de São Tomé e Príncipe São Tomé

Portuguese: São Tomé 183,176 00000964 !964 km2 (372 sq mi) Senegal

Republic of Senegal French: Sénégal—République du Sénégal Dakar

French: Dakar 11,658,000 00196723 !196,723 km2 (75,955 sq mi) Seychelles

Republic of Seychelles English: Seychelles—Republic of Seychelles

French: Seychelles—République des Seychelles

Seychellois Creole: Sesel— Repiblik Sesel Victoria

English: Victoria

French: Victoria

Seychellois Creole: Victoria 80,654 00000451 !451 km2 (174 sq mi) Sierra Leone

Republic of Sierra Leone English: Sierra Leone—Republic of Sierra Leone Freetown

English: Freetown 6,144,562 00071740 !71,740 km2 (27,699 sq mi) Somalia

Federal Republic of Somalia Arabic: الصومال — جمهورية الصومال الديموقراطية (Aṣ-Ṣomāl—Jumhūriyya aṣ-Ṣomāl al-Fidrāliyya)

Somali: Jamhuuriyadda Federaalka Soomaaliya Mogadishu

Somali: Muqdisho

Arabic: مقديشو (Maqadīshū) 10,532,017 00637657 !637,657 km2 (246,201 sq mi) South Africa

Republic of South Africa Afrikaans: Suid-Afrika—Republiek van Suid-Afrika
10 other official names Bloemfontein (judicial),
Cape Town (legislative),
and Pretoria (executive) 52,981,991 01221037 !1,221,037 km2 (471,445 sq mi) South Sudan

Republic of South Sudan English: South Sudan—Republic of South Sudan Juba

English: Juba 8,260,490 00644329 !644,329 km2 (248,777 sq mi) Sudan

Republic of Sudan Arabic: السودان — جمهورية السودان (As-Sūdān—Jumhūriyya as-Sūdān)

English: Republic of the Sudan Khartoum

Arabic: الخرطوم (al-Kharṭūm)
36,787,012 01861484 !1,861,484 km2 (718,723 sq mi) Swaziland

Kingdom of Swaziland English: Swaziland—Kingdom of Swaziland

Swazi: eSwatini—Umbuso weSwatini Lobamba (royal and legislative)
Mbabane (administrative)

English: Lobamba, Mbabane

Swazi: Lobamba, ÉMbábáne 1,032,000 00017364 !17,364 km2 (6,704 sq mi) Tanzania

United Republic of Tanzania English: Tanzania—United Republic of Tanzania

Swahili: Tanzania—Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Dodoma

English: Dodoma

Swahili: Dodoma 44,929,002 00945203 !945,203 km2 (364,945 sq mi) Togo

Togolese Republic French: Togo—République Togolaise Lomé

French: Lomé 7,154,237 00056785 !56,785 km2 (21,925 sq mi) Tunisia

Tunisian Republic Arabic: تونس — الجمهورية التونسية (Tūnis—al-Jumhūriyya at-Tūnisīyya) Tunis

Arabic: تونس (Tūnis) 10,102,000 00163610 !163,610 km2 (63,170 sq mi) Uganda

Republic of Uganda English: Uganda—Republic of Uganda

Swahili: Uganda—Jamhuri ya Uganda Kampala

English: Kampala

Swahili: Kampala 27,616,000 00236040 !236,040 km2 (91,136 sq mi) Zambia

Republic of Zambia English: Zambia—Republic of Zambia Lusaka

English: Lusaka 14,668,000 00752614 !752,614 km2 (290,586 sq mi) Zimbabwe

Republic of Zimbabwe English: Zimbabwe—Republic of Zimbabwe Harare

English: Harare 13,010,000 00390757 !390,757 km2 (150,872 sq mi) States with limited recognition Further information: List of states with limited recognition

The following are states that have established themselves in Africa as sovereign states, but remain limited in official recognition and are not members of the United Nations. The Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic however, is a member of the African Union.

Flag Map English short and formal names Status Domestic short and formal names Capital Population Area Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic Claimed as the southernmost provinces of Morocco. Recognized by the African Union and 47 UN members as the representative government of Western Sahara. Arabic: الجمهورية العربية الصحراوية الديمقراطية (al-Jumhūrīyah al-‘Arabīyah aṣ-Ṣaḥrāwīyah ad-Dīmuqrāṭīyah)

Spanish: República Árabe Saharaui Democrática El Aaiún (proclaimed)

Arabic: العيون (al-ʿuyūn)

Spanish: El Aaiún 266,000 267405 !267,405 km2 (103,246 sq mi) Somaliland

Republic of Somaliland State within the Federal regions of Somalia. Recognized by no UN member. Arabic: جمهورية أرض الصومال — أرض الصومال (Jumhūrīyat Arḍ aṣ-Ṣūmāl)

Somali: Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland Hargeisa

Arabic: هرجيسا

Somali: Hargeysa 4,000,000 137600 !137,600 km2 (53,128 sq mi) Non-sovereign territories

There are currently ten non-sovereign territories in Africa. All are islands off the continental coasts.

Dependent territories Further information: Dependent territory

This list contains territories that are politically administered as external dependencies of other nations.

Flag Map English short and formal names Status Domestic short and formal names Capital Population Area French Southern and Antarctic Lands French overseas territory Saint-Pierre No permanent population 38.60 km2 (15 sq mi) Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha British overseas territory Jamestown 5,661 420 km2 (162 sq mi) Other areas

This list contains territories that are administered as incorporated parts of a primarily non-African state.

Flag Map English short and formal names Status Domestic short and formal names Capital Population Area Canary Islands Spanish autonomous community Spanish: Islas Canarias Santa Cruz and Las Palmas

Spanish: Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 2,205,247 7,447 km2 (2,875 sq mi) Ceuta

Autonomous City of Ceuta Spanish autonomous city Spanish: Ceuta—Ciudad autónoma de Ceuta Ceuta

Spanish: Ceuta 76,861 28 km2 (11 sq mi) Madeira

Autonomous Region of Madeira Portuguese autonomous region Portuguese: Madeira—Região Autónoma da Madeira Funchal

Portuguese: Funchal 267,785 828 km2 (320 sq mi) Mayotte

Department of Mayotte French overseas department French: Mayotte—Département de Mayotte Mamoudzou

French: Mamoudzou 186,452 374 km2 (144 sq mi) Melilla

Autonomous City of Melilla Spanish autonomous city Spanish: Melilla—Ciudad autónoma de Melilla Melilla

Spanish: Melilla 72,000 20 km2 (8 sq mi) Plazas de soberanía Spanish overseas territory Spanish: Plazas de soberanía N/A 74 Réunion

Réunion Island French overseas region French: Réunion—Îles Réunion Saint-Denis

French: Saint-Denis 793,000 2,512 km2 (970 sq mi) Pelagie Islands Italian territory Italian: Isole Pelagie

Sicilian: Ìsuli Pilaggî Lampedusa e Linosa

Italian: Lampedusa e Linosa

Sicilian: Lampidusa e Linusa 6,304 21.4 km2 (8 sq mi) See also
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  • List of African countries by GDP (PPP)
Notes
  1. ^ Central African Republic was suspended from the African Union starting 25 March 2013 due to the ongoing Central African Republic conflict.
  2. ^ Also known as Congo-Kinshasa and formerly as Zaire.
  3. ^ Also known as Congo-Brazzaville.
  4. ^ Some territory could be argued to be a part of Asia or Africa.
  5. ^ Oyala is to be the future capital of Equatorial Guinea; currently under construction.
  6. ^ Also known as Guinea-Conakry to distinguish it from neighboring Guinea-Bissau.
  7. ^ Occupies part of the territory of Western Sahara, disputed with Morocco.
  8. ^ Currently under Moroccan administration. Tifariti is the factual temporary capital, but Tindouf located in Algeria is the place of some government and military facilities.
  9. ^ Only the Îles Éparses are considered part of the African continent. The remaining four districts lie outside the continental shelf in the Indian Ocean or Antarctica.
  10. ^ The main station on the Îles Éparses is on Tromelin. The headquarters of the district chief, however, is Saint-Pierre, in Réunion.
  11. ^ Geographically part of the archipelago (Lampedusa and Lampione) belongs to the African continent; politically and administratively, the islands fall within the Province of Agrigento in Sicily
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  11. ^ a b c "Field Listing :: Area". CIA. Retrieved 7 August 2011. 
  12. ^ Name used in The Constitution of the Republic of Somaliland
  13. ^ Susan M. Hassig, Zawiah Abdul Latif, Somalia, (Marshall Cavendish: 2007), p.10.
  14. ^ "The Transitional Federal Charter of the Somali Republic" (PDF). University of Pretoria. 1 February 2004. Archived from the original on December 18, 2008. Retrieved 2 February 2010. CS1 maint: Unfit url (link) "The Somali Republic shall have the following boundaries. (a) North; Gulf of Aden. (b) North West; Djibouti. (c) West; Ethiopia. (d) South south-west; Kenya. (e) East; Indian Ocean."
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1 Unclear sovereignty.


Exchanging Our Country Marks: The Transformation of African Identities in the Colonial and Antebellum South
Exchanging Our Country Marks: The Transformation of African Identities in the Colonial and Antebellum South
The transatlantic slave trade brought individuals from diverse African regions and cultures to a common destiny in the American South. In this comprehensive study, Michael Gomez establishes tangible links between the African American community and its African origins and traces the process by which African populations exchanged their distinct ethnic identities for onedefined primarily by the conception of race. He examines transformations in the politics, social structures, and religions of slave populations through 1830, by which time the contours of a new African American identity had begun to emerge.After discussing specific ethnic groups in Africa, Gomez follows their movement to North America, where they tended to be amassed in recognizable concentrations within individual colonies (and, later, states). For this reason, he argues, it is possible to identify particular ethnic cultural influences and ensuing social formations that heretofore have been considered unrecoverable. Using sources pertaining to the African continentas well as runaway slave advertisements, ex-slave narratives, and folklore, Gomez reveals concrete and specific links between particular African populations and their North American progeny, thereby shedding new light on subsequent African American social formation.

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Mens Africa T-Shirt Proud African Country Flags Continent Love Large Black
Mens Africa T-Shirt Proud African Country Flags Continent Love Large Black
An awesome africa t-shirt for people that are flag, country area code, african, pride lovers! Makes a great gift for friends and family during gift giving occasions such as birthdays, Christmas, graduation, showers, etc!

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$12.99



Lovecraft Country: A Novel
Lovecraft Country: A Novel
The critically acclaimed cult novelist makes visceral the terrors of life in Jim Crow America and its lingering effects in this brilliant and wondrous work of the imagination that melds historical fiction, pulp noir, and Lovecraftian horror and fantasy.Chicago, 1954. When his father Montrose goes missing, 22-year-old Army veteran Atticus Turner embarks on a road trip to New England to find him, accompanied by his Uncle George—publisher of The Safe Negro Travel Guide—and his childhood friend Letitia. On their journey to the manor of Mr. Braithwhite—heir to the estate that owned one of Atticus’s ancestors—they encounter both mundane terrors of white America and malevolent spirits that seem straight out of the weird tales George devours.At the manor, Atticus discovers his father in chains, held prisoner by a secret cabal named the Order of the Ancient Dawn—led by Samuel Braithwhite and his son Caleb—which has gathered to orchestrate a ritual that shockingly centers on Atticus. And his one hope of salvation may be the seed of his—and the whole Turner clan’s—destruction.A chimerical blend of magic, power, hope, and freedom that stretches across time, touching diverse members of two black families, Lovecraft Country is a devastating kaleidoscopic portrait of racism—the terrifying specter that continues to haunt us today.

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Jim Shore Heartwood Creek African Santa Stone Resin Hanging Ornament, 4.75”
Jim Shore Heartwood Creek African Santa Stone Resin Hanging Ornament, 4.75”
Jim Shore’s hand-carved Heartwood Creek collectibles impart a sense of hope and nostalgia, embracing inspiring themes of family, tradition, spirituality, and patriotism. His Santas Around the World collection shines a light on holiday traditions of cultures near and far. The African Santa holds seven candles, each representing one of the principles of Kwanzaa: Unity, Self-Determination, Cooperative Economics, Creativity, Purpose, Collective Responsibility, and Faith. His basket of fruit signifies the bounty of the season. Handcrafted and hand-painted, this stone resin ornament features the colors black, red, and green – black representing the people, red, the common blood of African ancestry, and green, a symbol of Africa’s rich natural resources. About Us: Enesco is committed to bringing joy every day. The premier global destination for high-quality giftware, plush, and home décor, our prestigious family of brands includes: GUND, Department 56 Village, Gregg Gift, Foundations, Jim Shore Heartwood Creek, Disney Traditions by Jim Shore, Walt Disney Archives Collection, Disney Showcase Collection, Disney by Britto, Pusheen, Designs by Lolita, Our Name Is Mud, and many more.

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Africa's Top Wildlife Countries: Safari Planning Guide to Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe ... Countries: Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, R)
Africa's Top Wildlife Countries: Safari Planning Guide to Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, South Africa, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe ... Countries: Botswana, Kenya, Namibia, R)
Africa's Top Wildlife Countries highlights and compares wildlife reserves and other major attractions in the continent’s best countries for game viewing — making the planning of the journey of a lifetime easy! African countries, and the wildlife reserves within them, vary greatly as to the types and quality of safari experiences they offer. This is the only guidebook that effectively assists readers in choosing the best destinations for the kind of wildlife experience they would most enjoy by comparing travel options among all the top wildlife countries.Using the easy-to-read "When’s the Best Time to Go for Game Viewing" chart, readers can conveniently choose the specific reserves and country(ies) that are best to visit during their vacation period. From the "What Wildlife is Best Seen Where" chart, readers can easily locate the reserves that have an abundance of the animals they wish to see. From the "Safari Activities" chart, readers can choose the reserves that offer the safari options (night drives, canoeing, walking, ballooning, etc.) that interest them most.Jam-packed with information essential to the successful safari:* 512 pages of color with over 400 photos* 15 Countries, including the top safari countries of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and South Africa* Over 75 color maps, detailing countries and major wildlife reserves, including regional maps that conveniently point out the best reserves and their highlights* 10 charts, including When's The Best Time to Go and What Wildlife is Best Found Where* Accommodations graded for convenient selection — with the best highlighted as the author's top choiceDetailed information on:Photo SafarisMountain ClimbingGorilla and Chimpanzee SafarisBird WatchingCanoe/Kayak/Boat SafarisScuba Diving and SnorkelingHot-Air Balloon SafarisNight Game DrivesWalking SafarisWhite-water RaftingHorseback safarisFamily SafarisHoneymoon safaris

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$19.00
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African Union 3x5 ft Polyester Flag
African Union 3x5 ft Polyester Flag
Our 3x5ft Polyester African American Flag has header tape and 2 metal grommets

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Country Girls (Carl Weber Presents)
Country Girls (Carl Weber Presents)
Welcome to the South, where women are raised to be mothers and wives, and to stand by their man no matter what. It's a place where, if you're a size 8, you're too small. When Niya, the head of MHB (Money Hungry Bitches) decided to put her family's future first, nothing and nobody else mattered. You were either going to stand behind her or be the one standing on the other end of her gun. Any and every nigga known to get money in North Carolina was a target. MHB began as a small movement but quickly became an organization. Take a walk with Blake Karrington and see how Southern hospitality can become deadly for anyone who doesn't understand how Country Girls roll!

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Black Is a Country: Race and the Unfinished Struggle for Democracy
Black Is a Country: Race and the Unfinished Struggle for Democracy
Despite black gains in modern America, the end of racism is not yet in sight. Nikhil Pal Singh asks what happened to the worldly and radical visions of equality that animated black intellectual activists from W. E. B. Du Bois in the 1930s to Martin Luther King, Jr. in the 1960s. In so doing, he constructs an alternative history of civil rights in the twentieth century, a long civil rights era, in which radical hopes and global dreams are recognized as central to the history of black struggle.It is through the words and thought of key black intellectuals, like Du Bois, Ralph Bunche, C. L. R. James, Richard Wright, Ralph Ellison, Langston Hughes, and others, as well as movement activists like Malcolm X and Black Panthers, that vital new ideas emerged and circulated. Their most important achievement was to create and sustain a vibrant, black public sphere broadly critical of U.S. social, political, and civic inequality. Finding racism hidden within the universalizing tones of reform-minded liberalism at home and global democratic imperatives abroad, race radicals alienated many who saw them as dangerous and separatist. Few wanted to hear their message then, or even now, and yet, as Singh argues, their passionate skepticism about the limits of U.S. democracy remains as indispensable to a meaningful reconstruction of racial equality and universal political ideals today as it ever was.

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The African-American Century : How Black Americans Have Shaped Our Country
The African-American Century : How Black Americans Have Shaped Our Country
One hundred original profiles of the most influential African-Americans of the twentieth century.Without Louis Armstrong or Miles Davis, we would not have jazz. Without Toni Morrison or Ralph Ellison, we would miss some of our greatest novels. Without Dr. King or Thurgood Marshall, we would be deprived of political breakthroughs that affirm and strengthen our democracy. Here, two of the leading African-American scholars of our day, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and Cornel West, show us why the twentieth century was the African-American century, as they offer their personal picks of the African-American figures who did the most to shape our world. This colorful collection of personalities includes much-loved figures such as scientist George Washington Carver, contemporary favorites such as comedian Richard Pryor and novelist Alice Walker, and even less-well-known people such as aviator Bessie Coleman. Gates and West also recognize the achievements of controversial figures such as Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and rap artist Tupac Shakur. Lively, accessible, and illustrated throughout, The African-American Century is a celebration of black achievement and a tribute to the black struggle for freedom in America that will inspire readers for years to come.

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3x5 Rwanda Flag African Country Banner Republic Pennant
3x5 Rwanda Flag African Country Banner Republic Pennant
Polyester Flag. Flag has metal grommet holes for hanging the flag.. The flag is made from a high quality polyester material.. Perfect economical choice for both indoor and outdoor displays.. Flag is approximately 3' x 5' (36 by 60 inches;  91 by 152 cm). Rwanda, officially the Republic of Rwanda, is a sovereign state in central and east Africa.

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