Table of contents for Africana : the encyclopedia of the African and African American experience / editors, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

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Aardvark
Aardwolf
Aaron, Henry Louis (Hank)
Abacha, Sani
Abaku s
Abbe
Abbey
Abbott, Diane
Abbott, Robert Sengstacke
Abd al-Qadir
Abd Allah ibn Yasin
Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem
Abé
Abeokuta, Nigeria
Abernathy, Ralph David
Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire
Abiola, Moshood Kashimawo Olawale
Abolitionism in the United States
Abolitionist Novels in Cuba: An Interpretation
Abrahams, Peter
Abron
Abu-Jamal, Mumia
Abuja, Nigeria
Abyssinia
Acacia
Acapulco, Mexico
Accommodationism in the United States
Accra, Ghana
Acea, Isidro
Achebe, Chinua
Acholi
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome in Africa: An Interpretation
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome in Latin America and the
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome in the United States
Adal
Adampa
Adams, Henry (political organizer)
Adams, J(ohn) Q(uincy) (editor)
Adams, Numa P(ompilius) G(arfield)
Adams, Sir Grantley Herbert
Adangbe
Add, "Nigger"
Adderley, Cannonball
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Ade, King Sunny
Adger, Robert Mara
Adja
Afar
Afars and Issas, French Territory of the
Affirmative Action
Afonso I
Afoxés/Blocos Afros
Africa
Africa, Decolonization of
Africa, Geography of
African American Vernacular English
African Americans, Charter Generation of
African Blood Brotherhood
African Charter of Human and Peoples' Rights
African Claims
African Condition in the Shadow of Globalization
African Cup of Nations
African Elephant
African Ethnic Groups in Latin America and the Caribbean
African Free School
African Hunting Dog
African Linguistic Influences in Latin America and the Caribbean
African Linguistic Influences on Brazilian Portuguese
African Linguistic Influences on Brazilian Portuguese
African Meeting House
African Methodist Episcopal Church
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
African National Congress
African Oral Literature
African Origins of Humanity
African Orthodox Church
African Religions: An Interpretation
African Socialism
African Squadron
African Studies in the United States: An Interpretation
Afrikaner
Afro-Atlantic Culture: On the Live Dialogue Between Africa and the Americas
Afro-Beat
Afro-Brazilian Culture
Afro-Caribbean Migrations to the United States
Afro-Colombians: From Maroons to Constitutional Reformers: A
Afro-Creole Music in Central America
Afro-Cuban Political Mobilization: An Interpretation
Afro-Cubans, Revolts, and Wars for Independence
Afro-Hispanic Literature
Afro-Latin America, Research on
Afro-Latin America: 2000 and Beyond
Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Identity: An Interpretation
Afro-Latino Cultures in the United States
Afrocentricity
Afrocubanismo
Afusari
Afwerki, Isaias
Agadez, Niger
Agaja
Agaw
Agriculture, African, in the Americas: An Interpretation
Aguirre Beltr n, Gonzalo
Ahanta
Ahidjo, El Hajj Ahmadou
Ahmad Baba
Ai
Aidid, Mohamed Farah
Aidoo, Ama Ata
Ailey, Alvin
Aja
Akan
Akposo
Aksum
Akuapem
Akunakuna
Akyem
Aladura Churches
Alassane, Moustapha
Albert, Octavia Victoria Rogers
Albizu Campos, Pedro
Alcohol in Africa
Aldridge, Ira
Alexander, Clifford L., Jr.
Alexander, John Hanks
Alexander, Raymond Pace
Alexander, Sadie Tanner Mossell
Alexandria and Grecian Africa: An Interpretation
Alexandria, Egypt
Alexis, Jacques Stéphen
Alfonso I
Algarín, Miguel
Algeria
Algiers, Algeria
Ali, Muhammad
Ali, Noble Drew
Alí, Pablo
Allain, Théophile T.
Allen, Macon B.
Allen, Richard
Allensworth, Allen
Almohads
Almoravids
Aloe
Alston, Charles Henry
Alur
Amadi, Elechi
Amado, Jorge
Amazon
Amenia Conference of 1916
Amenia Conference of 1933
American Anti-Slavery Society
American Colonization Society
American Electoral Politics, Blacks in
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
American Indians
American Moral Reform Society
American Negro Academy
American Negro Theatre
American Revolution
American Urban Radio Networks
American West, Blacks in the
Americo-Liberians
Amhara
Amin, Idi
Amistad Mutiny
Amo, Anton Wilhelm
Amos 'n' Andy
Amsterdam News
An American Dilemma: the Negro Problem and Modern Democracy
Ana
Anancy Story
Anang
Anastacia
Ancient African Civilizations
Anderson, Eddie ("Rochester")
Anderson, Marian
Anderson, Osborne Perry
Andes, Blacks During Colonial Times in the
Andrada e Silva, José Bonif cio de
Andrews, Benny
Andrianampoinimerina
Anga
Angelou, Maya
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Angola
Anguilla
Animals in Africa
Annan, Kofi
Antaisaka
Antananarivo, Madagascar
Antandroy
Antelope
Antelope Case
Anthropology in Africa
Anti-Slavery Movement in Latin America
Antiabolitionism
Antiapartheid Movement
Antigua and Barbuda
Antilles
Antilynching Movement
Antoine, Caesar Carpetier
Anton
Anuak
Anyi
Apartheid
Apollo Theater
Aponte, José Antonio
Apostolic Movement
Appiah, Joseph
Appiah, Kwame Anthony
Apprenticeship in the British Caribbean
Architects, African American
Architects and Architecture
Arctotis
Argentina
Aristide, Jean-Bertrand
Armah, Ayi Kwei
Armenteros, Alfredo "Chocolate"
Armistead, James (Lafayette)
Armstrong, Lil(lian) Hardin
Armstrong, Louis ("Satchmo")
Arnett, Benjamin William, Jr.
Aro
Arozarena, Marcelino
Art and Architecture, African
Art Collections in the United States
Art Ensemble of Chicago
Art in Latin America and the Caribbean
Art, African American
Artel, Jorge
Artis, William Ellisworth
Artists, African
Artists, African American
Artists, Latin American and Caribbean
Aruba
Arusha
Arusha, Tanzania
Arusi
Asal, Lake
Asante
Asante, Molefi Kete
Asantewa, Yaa
Ashe, Arthur Robert, Jr.
Ashford, Evelyn
Ashley, Maurice
Askia Muhammad
Asmara, Eritrea
Asociación de Negros Ecuatorianos
Assin
Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians
Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
Astronomy, African
Aswan High Dam
At the Heart of Slavery
Athletes, African, Abroad
Atilla de Hun
Atkins, Cholly
Atlanta Compromise
Atlanta Exposition
Atlanta Life Insurance Company
Atlanta Riot of 1906
Atlanta, Georgia
Atlantic Creoles: The Charter Generations
Atlas Mountains
Attica Uprising
Attié
Attitudes Towards Blacks in the Ancient Mediterranean World
Attucks, Crispus
Augusta, Alexander Thomas
Augustine, Saint
Aushi
Averroës
Aviators, African American
Awolowo, Obafemi
Awoonor, Kofi
Axé Music
Axé Opô Afonj 
Azande
Azania
Azeredo, Albuino
Azevedo, Aluísio
Azikiwe, Nnamdi
B
Bâ, Amadou Hampaté
Bâ, Mariama
Babalâo
Babangida, Ibrahim Gbadamosi
Babimbi
Baboon
Baca, Susana
Back to Africa Movement
Bade
B ez, Buenaventura
Baga
Baganda
Bagaza, Jean-Baptiste
Baggara
Baghio'o, Jean Louis
Bagnall, Robert Wellington
Baha'i Faith
Bahamas, The
Bahia
Bailey, Pearl
Baka
Bakèlè
Baker, Augusta
Baker, Edward Lee, Jr.
Baker, Ella J.
Baker, Josephine
Baker, Josephine and La Revue Nègre
Bakoko
Bakossi
Bakota
Bakweri
Balaguer, Joaquín
Balanta
Baldwin, James
Baldwin, Maria Louise
Balé Folclórico da Bahia
Balewa, Abubakar Tafawa
Ball, James Presley
Baltimore, Maryland
Bamako, Mali
Bambara
Bambara, Toni Cade
Bamiléké
Banana
Banda
Banda, Ngwazi Hastings Kamuzu
Banderas y Betancourt, José Quintín
Bangui, Central African Republic
Banjo
Banjul, The Gambia
Bankole, Ayo
Banks, Ernest (Ernie)
Banneker, Benjamin
Bannister, Edward Mitchell
Bantu Educational Cinema Experiment
Bantu Migrations in Sub-Saharan Africa
Bantu: Dispersion and Settlement
Banu Hilal and Banu Sulaim
Baobab
Baptist War
Baptists
Baquaqua, Mohammah
Bara
Baraka, Amiri
Barbadoes, James G.
Barbados
Barber, Francis
Barber, Jesse Max
Barbershops and Beauty Parlors
Barbosa, José Celso
Barbosa, Rui
Barcala, Lorenzo
Barès, Basile
Barghash ibn Sa'id
Bari
Bariba
Barnet, Miguel
Barnett, Claude Albert
Barnett, Etta Moten
Barreto, Ray
Barrett, Janie Porter
Barrios, Pilar
Barrow, Errol Walton
Barry, Marion Shepilov, Jr.
Barth, Heinrich
Barthé, Richmond
Baseball in Latin America and the Caribbean
Baseball in the United States
Basie, William James ("Count")
Basketball
Basora, Santiago
Basquiat, Jean-Michel
Bass, Charlotta Spears
Bassa of Cameroon
Bassa of Liberia
Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe
Bassett, Angela
Bassett, Ebenezer Don Carlos
Basutoland
Bates, Clayton ("Peg Leg")
Bates, Daisy Lee Gatson
Batista, Fulgencio
Batson, Flora
Battey, Cornelius M.
Battle, Kathleen
Batuque
Baule
Bauz , Mario
Bayano, King
BCM
Bearden, Romare
Beasley, Delilah Isontium
Beatrice, Dona
Beavers, Louise
Bebop
Bechet, Sidney Joseph
Bechuanaland
Beckwourth, James Pierson
Bedia, José
Bédié, Henri-Konan
Bedouin
Bedward, Alexander
Bee-Eater
Beira, Mozambique
Beja
Belafonte, Harold George (Harry)
Belgian Congo
Belgrave, Valerie
Belize
Bell, George (educator)
Bell, James Madison
Bell, James Thomas "Cool Papa"
Bell, Philip Alexander
Bell, Rudolph Douala Manga
Bellegarde, Dantès
Bello, Ahmadu
Bello, Muhammad
Belmopan, Belize
Bemba
Bembeya Jazz National
Ben Bella, Ahmed
Bena
Benedict of Palermo, Saint
Benga
Beni Amer
Benin
Benin Bronzes
Benin, Art of the Early Kingdom of
Benin, Early Kingdom of
Benjamin, R(obert) C(harles) O('hara)
Benjedid, Chadli
Benjor, Jorge
Bennett, Lerone, Jr.
Bennett, Louise
Berber
Berbice Slave Rebellion
Bérenger, Paul
Beri
Berimbau
Berlin Conference of 1884-1885
Bermuda
Berry, Charles Edward Anderson (Chuck)
Berry, Edwin C.
Berry, Halle Maria
Berry, James
Berry, Leon Brown ("Chu")
Berry, Mary Frances
Berti
Betances, Ramón Emeterio
Bété
Bethune, Mary McLeod
Bethune, Thomas Greene ("Blind Tom")
Beti
Beti, Mongo
Betsileo
Betsimisaraka
Beulah
Biafra, Republic of
Bibb, Henry Walton
Bidima, Jean-Godefroy
Bigaud, Wilson
Biggers, John
Bight of Benin
Biguine
Bijagó
Bikila, Abebe
Biko, Stephen
Bilin
Billy
Bim
Bimoba
Binga, Jesse
Biogeography of Africa
Biohó, Benkos
Biquiba de La Fuente Guarany, Francisco
Bird, Vere Cornwall
Birifor
Birmingham, Alabama
Birom
Birth of a Nation, The
Bisa
Bisharin
Bishop, Maurice
Bishop, Sanford
Bissau, Guinea-Bissau
Bivins, Horace W.
Biya, Paul
Black-Asian Relations
Black Aesthetic, The
Black and White
Black Arts Movement
Black Arts Movement: An Interpretation
Black Athena
Black Autochthonous Party
Black Cabinet
Black Church, The
Black Codes in Latin America
Black Codes in the United States
Black Collectibles
Black Consciousness and Popular Music in Latin America and t
Black Consciousness in Africa
Black Consciousness in Brazil
Black Consciousness in the United States
Black Cowboys
Black Entertainment Television
Black Families in Latin America and the Caribbean: An Interp
Black Feminism in Latin America and the Caribbean
Black History Month
Black Jews
Black Journalism in Latin America and the Caribbean
Black Journalism in the United States
Black Literary and Cultural Movements
Black Manifesto
Black Mural Movement, The
Black Nationalism in the United States
Black Orpheus
Black Panther Party
Black Power in the United States
Black Power Movement in the Caribbean
Black Racial Identity
Black Seminoles
Black Star Line
Black Swan Records
Black Theatre Alliance
Black Theology in Latin America and the Caribbean: An Interp
Black Theology in the United States
Black Towns
Black Women's Club Movement
Black World/Negro Digest
Blackness in Latin America and the Caribbean: An Interpretation
Blacks and the Military in Latin America and the Caribbean
Blackwell, Unita
Blades, Rubén
Blake, James Hubert ("Eubie")
Blakey, Art
Bland, Bobby ("Blue")
Bland, James A.
Blaxploitation Films
Bledsoe, Julius C. (Jules)
Blondy, Alpha
Blue Nile
Blue-Eyed African Daisy
Bluefields
Blues
Blues in the 1990s: Toward Twilight or a New Dawn?
Blues: The Growth of a Genre
Bluford, Guion Stewart (Guy), Jr.
Blyden, Edward Wilmot
Boateng, Paul
Bobo
Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso
Boganda, Barthélemy
Bogle, Paul
Boissiere, Rafael de
Bokassa, Jean-Bédel
Bokyi
Bola de Nieve
Bola Sete
Bolden, Charles Joseph ("Buddy")
Bolero
Bolin, Jane Mathilda
Bolívar, Simón
Bolivia
Boll Weevil
Bonaire
Bond, Horace Mann
Bond, Julian
Bonds, Barry Lamar
Bondei
Bongo
Bongo, Omar (Albert-Bernard)
Bonner, Marita
Bontemps, Arna
Boogaloo
Boogie-Woogie
Book of the Dead
Boomslang Snake
Bophuthatswana
Boran
Borders, William Holmes
Bororo
Bossa Nova
Boston, Massachusetts
Botha, Pieter Willem
Botswana
Bouabré, Frédéric-Bruly
Bouchet, Edward Alexander
Boudjedra, Rachid
Boukman
Boukman Eksperyans
Boumedienne, Houari
Bourguiba, Habib ibn Ali
Bourne, St. Claire Cecil
Bousfield, Midian Othello
Boutelle, Frazier Augustus
Boutros-Ghali, Boutros
Bowen, John Wesley Edward
Bowers, Thomas J.
Bowles, Eva D(el Vakia)
Boxing
Boyd, Henry Allen
Boyd, Richard Henry
Boyer, Jean-Pierre
Boza
Bradford, Alex
Bradley, David Henry, Jr.
Bradley, Edward R.
Bradley, Thomas (Tom)
Bradshaw, Robert Llewellyn
Bragg, George Freeman, Jr.
Braithwaite, William Stanley Beaumont
Brand, Dionne
Brathwaite, Edward Kamau
Brawley, Benjamin Griffith
Brawley, Edward McKnight
Braxton, Anthony
Brazil
Brazil's Relationship with Africa: An Interpretation
Brazil, Blacks and Politics in: An Interpretation
Brazilian Television, Black Actors on
Brazza, Pierre Savorgnan de
Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo
Break Dancing
Bridgetower, George Frederick Polgreen
Bridgetown, Barbados
Briggs, Cyril Valentine
Brimmer, Andrew F.
Brindis de Salas, Claudio
Brindis de Salas, Virginia
Brink, André Philippus
British Central Africa
British Honduras
British Somaliland
British West Indies, Music of the
Brito, Edivaldo
Brixton Riots of 1981
Brodber, Erna
Brooke, Edward W., III
Brooks, Arthur
Brooks, Gwendolyn Elizabeth
Brooks, Walter Henderson
Broonzy, William Lee Conley ("Big Bill")
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
Brown Fellowship Society
Brown v. Board of Education
Brown, Anne Wiggins
Brown, Carlinhos
Brown, Charlotte Hawkins
Brown, Claude
Brown, Clifford
Brown, Corrine
Brown, Everald
Brown, Hallie Quinn
Brown, Henry ("Box")
Brown, Hubert G. ("H. Rap")
Brown, James
Brown, Jesse Leroy
Brown, Jim
Brown, John
Brown, John Mifflin (American cleric)
Brown, Morris
Brown, Ronald H.
Brown, Ruth
Brown, Solomon G.
Brown, Sterling Allen
Brown, Tony
Brown, Willa
Brown, William Wells
Brown, Willie Lewis, Jr.
Browne, Hugh M.
Brownsville, Texas, Affair
Bruce, Blanche Kelso
Bruce, John Edward
Brunswijk, Ronnie
Brutus, Dennis
Bryan, Andrew
Bubi
Buck and Bubbles
Budd, Zola
Budjga
Budu
Buffalo Soldiers
Buganda, Early Kingdom of
Builsa
Bujumbura, Burundi
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Bulbul, Zózimo
Bullins, Edward (Ed)
Bulu
Bunche, Ralph Johnson
Bunu
Bura
Burch, Charles Eaton
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
Burgos, Julia de
Burke, Yvonne Brathwaite
Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso
Burleigh, Henry Thacker (Harry)
Burnett, Charles
Burnham, Linden Forbes Sampson
Burns, Anthony
Burrell, Kenny
Burroughs, Nannie Helen
Burton, Sir Richard
Burundi
Busa
Busansi
Bush Negroes
Bush, Anita
Bush, George Washington
Bush, John Edward
Bush, William Owen
Bushmen
Busia, Kofi Abrefa
Business and African Americans
Bussa
Bussa's Rebellion
Bustamante, Sir Alexander
Buthelezi, Mangosutho Gatsha
Butler, Octavia Estelle
Butler, Thomas C.
Butler, Tubal Uriah
Butts, Calvin O., III
Buyoya, Pierre
Bwiti
C
Cabora Bassa
Cabral, Amílcar
Cabral, Luís
Cabral, Manuel del
Cabrera, Lydia
Cacheu, Guinea-Bissau
Cacos
Caesar, John
Cafundó
Caillié, René-Auguste
Cain, Richard Harvey
Cairo, Egypt
Cakewalk, The
Caldas Barbosa, Domingos
Caliver, Ambrose
Callioux, Andreé
Calloway, Cabell (Cab)
Calloway, Nathaniel Oglesby
Calypso
Cambridge, Godfrey MacArthur
Camel
Cameroon
Cameroon Lions
Cameroon Mountain
Caminha, Adolfo
Campanella, Roy
Campbell, James Edwin
Campbell, Luther
Campbell, Naomi
Campbell, Roy
Campbell, Thomas Monroe
Campeche, José
Campos-Pons, María Magdalena
Camus, Albert
Canada
Candace, Gratien
Candelabra Tree
Cândido, João
Candombe (music)
Candomblé
Cap-Haïtien, Haiti
Cape Colony
Cape Coloured
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Verde
Cape Verde, Ethnicity in
Capécia, Mayotte
Capitein, Jacobus Elisa
Capoeira
Caprivi Strip
Carbonell, Walterio
Cardiff, Great Britain
Cardozo, Francis Louis
Cardozo, William Warrick
Carew, Jan
Carew, Rod
Caribana
Caribbean Cinema
Caribbean Community (CARICOM)
Carmichael, Stokely
Carneiro, Edison
Carney, William H.
Carnivals in Latin America and the Caribbean
Carpentier, Alejo
Carpetbaggers
Carr, Wynona
Carrington, Walter C.
Carroll, Diahann
Carson, Julia
Cartagena de Indias, Colombia
Cartagena Portalatín, Aída
Carter, Bennett Lester (Benny)
Carter, Betty
Carter, Louis A(ugustus)
Carter, Martin
Carthage
Cartola
Carver, George Washington
Cary, Lott
Cary, Mary Ann Shadd
Casablanca, Morocco
Casely-Hayford, Joseph Ephraim
Cassell, Albert Irvin
Castera, Georges
Castes
Castor Bean
Castries, St. Lucia
Castro Alves, Antônio de
Castro, Fidel
Catholic Church in Latin America and the Caribbean
Catimbó
Catlett, Elizabeth
Caturla, Alejandro García
Cayenne, French Guiana
Cayman Islands
Caymmi, Dorival
Cayton, Horace Roscoe, Jr.
Central African Empire
Central African Republic
Central America
Centro de Articulação de Populações Marginalizadas
Césaire, Aimé
Cetshwayo
Chad
Chad, Lake
Chagga
Chamba
Chamberlain, Wilt
Chamoiseau, Patrick
Chaney, James Earl
Chapman, Tracy
Chari
Charlemagne, Manno
Charles, Mary Eugenia
Charles, Ray
Charles, RuPaul Andre
Charleston, Oscar
Charleston, South Carolina
Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands
Chase, W(illiam) Calvin
Chase-Riboud, Barbara Dewayne
Chatoyer, Joseph
Chauvet, Marie
Chavis, Benjamin Franklin, Jr.
Chavis, John
Cheatham, Henry Plummer
Checker, Chubby
Cheetah
Chemistry
Chesnutt, Charles Waddell
Chess Records
Chester, T(homas) Morris
Chewa
Chicago Defender
Chicago Riot of 1919
Chicago, Illinois
Chico Rei
Childers, Lulu V(ere)
Children's Literature, African American
Children's Work in Africa
Childress, Alice
Chile
Chilembwe, John
Chiluba, Frederick
Chimpanzee
Chimurenga Music
Chirinos, José Leonardo
Chisholm, Shirley
Chissano, Joaquim
Chokossi
Chokwe
Christian, Charlie
Christian-Christensen, Donna
Christiana Revolt of 1851
Christianity
Christianity, African: An Overview
Christianity: Independent and Charismatic Churches in Africa
Christianity: Missionaries in Africa
Christophe, Henri
Chuabo
Church of God in Christ
Church, Robert Reed, Jr.
Church, Robert Reed, Sr.
Cimarrón
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cinema Novo
Cinema, African
Cinema, Black, in Brazil
Cinema, Black, in Spanish America
Cinque, Joseph
Ciskei
Cissé, Souleymane
Citizenship Schools
Civil Rights Congress
Civil Rights Movement
Civil War, American
Clapperton, Hugh
Clark, Alexander G.
Clark, J(oseph) S(amuel)
Clark, John Pepper
Clark, Kenneth Bancroft
Clark, Septima Poinsette
Clarke, Austin C.
Clarke, John Henrik
Clarke, Lewis G.
Classical Music and African Americans
Classicism, Black, in the United States
Clay, William Lacy
Clayton, Eva
Cleaver, Eldridge Leroy
Clement, Rufus Early
Clemente, Roberto
Cleopatra
Cleopatra: An Interpretation
Clergy in Politics
Cleveland, James Edward
Cliff, Jimmy
Cliff, Michelle
Climate of Africa
Clinton, George
Clitoridectomy
Clothing in Africa
Clyburn, James
Coastal Resources in Africa
Coasters, The
Cobb, Jewel Plummer
Cobb, William Montague
Cobra
Cocoa
Códigos Negros Españoles
Coelacanth
Coetzee, J(ohn) M(ichael)
Coicou, Massillon
Coker, Daniel
Cold War and Africa
Cole, Bob
Cole, Nat "King"
Coleman, Bessie
Coleman, Ornette
Coleman, William T(haddeus), Jr.
Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel
Colescott, Robert H.
Collares, Alceu
Collectors of African American Books
Colleges and Universities, Historically Black, in the United States
Colobus Monkey
Colombia
Colón, Jesús
Colón, Willie
Colonial America
Colonial America, Blacks in
Colonial Critics of Slavery
Colonial Latin America and the Caribbean
Colonial Mexico, Africans in
Colonial Rule
Coltrane, John William
Combs, Sean ("P. Diddy")
Comic Books
Comic Strips
Commemoration Festivals in the United States
Commodification of African Art: An Interpretation
Comorians
Comoros
Compaoré, Blaise
Compas
Complexities of Ethnic and Racial Terminology in Latin America and the Caribbean
Compromise of 1850
Conakry, Guinea
Condé, Maryse
Cone, James Hal
Confiant, Raphaël
Congo Free State
Congo River
Congo, Belgian
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Congo, Francisco
Congo, Republic of the
Congo Square and African Music
Congress of Racial Equality
Congress, African Americans in
Congressional Black Caucus
Congresso Afro-Brasileiro
Conservation in Africa
Conspiración de la Escalera
Constantine, Learie Nicholas
Conté, Lansana
Contemporary African Writers in France
Contemporary Afro-Brazilian Music
Conwell, Kathleen
Conyers, John F., Jr.
Cook, George F. T.
Cook, George William
Cook, John Francis, Jr.
Cook, John Francis, Sr.
Cook, Will Marion
Cooke, Sam
Cooper, Anna Julia Hayward
Cooper, John W(alcott)
Copeland, John Anthony, Jr.
Copperheads
Coppin, Frances (Fanny) Jackson
Coppin, Levi Jenkins
Coppolani, Xavier
Corbin, Joseph Carter
Cordero, Rafael
Cordero, Roque
Córdoba, Diego Luis
Cornish, Samuel E(li)
Coronation Festivals in the United States
Corsairs
Cortez, Jayne
Cortijo, Rafael
Cosby, Bill
Costa Rica
Coston, Julia Ringwood
Côte d'Ivoire
Cotonou, Benin
Cotter, Joseph Seamon, Sr.
Cotton Club
Cotton Production in the United States
Council of Federated Organizations
Council on African Affairs
Councill, William Hooper
Couvent, Madame Bernard
Cowpea
Craft, Ellen and William
Creole Affair
Creoles
Créolité
Creolization: An Interpretation
Creolized Musical Instruments of the Caribbean
Criminal Justice System and African Americans
Crisis, The
Critchlow, Hubert Nathaniel
Crite, Allan Rohan
Crittenden Compromise
Crockett, George William Jr.
Crocodile, Nile
Crogman, William H(enry)
Cromwell, John Wesley
Cromwell, Oliver (soldier)
Crosswaith, Frank Rudolph
Crowther, Samuel Ajayi
Crum, William D(emos)
Crummell, Alexander
Crusades
Cruse, Harold Wright
Cruz e Sousa, João da
Cruz, Celia
Cuba
Cuban Politics Before the Race War of 1912
Cuban War of Independence
Cudjoe
Cuffe, Paul
Cugoano, Ottobah
Cullen, Countee
Cultural and Political Organizations in Latin America
Cultural Politics of Blackness in Latin America and the Cari
Culture, Black, in Colombia
Cumbia
Cummings, Elijah
Cuney, Norris Wright
Cuney-Hare, Maud
Curaçao
Currin, Green Jacob
Curtis, Austin Maurice
D
D'Rivera, Paquito
Da Costa, Mathieu
Dabney, Austin
Dabney, Wendell Phillips
Dacko, David
Daddah, Moktar Ould
Dafi
Dagari
Dagomba
Dahomey
Dahomey, Early Kingdom of
Dailey, Ulysses Grant
Dakar, Senegal
Damas, Léon-Gontran
Dan
Danakil
Dance in Latin America and the Caribbean
Dance in Sub-Saharan Africa
Dance Theater of Harlem
Dance, African American
Dancehall
Dandridge, Dorothy
Dangme
Danquah, Joseph Kwame Kyeretwi Boakye
Danticat, Edwidge
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Darfur
Dart, Isom
Dash, Julie
Date Palm
Davenport, Willie D.
Davidson, Olivia America
Davidson, William
D vila, Angela María
Davis, Allison
Davis, Angela Yvonne
Davis, Anthony
Davis, Benjamin O., Jr.
Davis, Benjamin O., Sr.
Davis, Danny K.
Davis, John Henry
Davis, Miles
Davis, Ossie
Davis, Sammy, Jr.
Dawson, William Levi
Day, Thomas (furniture maker)
De Klerk, Frederik Willem
De La Soul
De Souza, Ruth
Deacons for Defense and Justice
Deadwood Dick
Dean, William H., Jr.
Décima
Declaration of Independence
Decoding Ralph Ellison
Decolonization in Africa: An Interpretation
Dédé, Edmond
Dee, Ruby
Deforo
Delaney, Beauford
Delaney, Joseph
Delany, Martin Robison
Delany, Samuel R.
DeLarge, Robert C.
DeLavallade, Carmen
Delgrès, Louis
Dellums, Ronald V. (Ron)
Democratic Party
Denakil
Dendi
Dengel, Lebna
Denmark Vesey Conspiracy
Dentistry
Depestre, René
DePriest, Oscar Stanton
Derricotte, Juliette (Aline)
Deschamps Chapeaux, Pedro
Desdunes, Rodolphe Lucien
Desegregation in the United States
Dessalines, Jean-Jacques
Detroit Riot of 1943
Detroit Riot of 1967
Detroit, Michigan
Dett, R(obert) Nathaniel
Development
Development in Africa: An Interpretation
Development in Africa: An Interpretation
Development of Technology, African Americans and the
Diagne, Blaise
Dialect Poetry
Dias, Henrique
Diaspora and Displacement
Dib, Mohammed
Dickerson, Earl Burris
Dida
Diddley, Bo
Diegues, Carlos
Digo
Dill, Augustus Granville
Dingane
Dinka
Dinkins, David Norman
Diop, Alioune
Diop, Cheikh Anta
Diori, Hamani
Diouf, Abdou
Discrimination in Employment in the United States
Disease and African History
Disease in Latin America and the Caribbean
Disease, Medicine, and Health
Diseases, Infectious, in Africa
Divine, Father
Dixon, George ("Little Chocolate") (boxer)
Dixon, Graciela
Dixon, Julian
Dixon, Willie
Djavan
Djebar, Assia
Djenné
Djenné-Jeno, Mali
Djibouti
Djibouti, Djibouti
DNA: An Alternative Record of African History
Dobbs, Mattiwilda
Doby, Larry
Doctors, African American
Doe, Samuel Kanyon
Dogon
Dogon Art and Architecture
Dolphy, Eric
Domingo, Wilfred Adolphus
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Dominican-Haitian Relations
Domino, Fats
Donatism
Donga
Dorsey, Thomas Andrew
Dos Santos, José Eduardo
Douala, Cameroon
Double-V Campaign
Douglas, Aaron
Douglass, Frederick
Douglass, Sarah Mapps
Dove, Rita
Downing, George Thomas
Downing, Henry F(rancis)
Dozens, The
Drake, St. Clair
Dred Scott v. Sandford
Drew, Charles Richard
Drifters, The
Driskell, David
Drought and Desertification
Drury, Theodore
Du Bois, Shirley Graham
Du Bois, W(illiam) E(dward) B(urghardt)
Du Sable, Jean Baptiste Pointe
Dual Tradition of African American Fiction: An Interpretatio
Duala
Dub
Dub Poetry
Dube, John Langalibalele
Dudley, Sherman H.
Duiker
Dumas, Alexandre, Père
Dunbar, Paul Laurence
Dunbar-Nelson, Alice
Duncan, Quince
Duncan, Todd
Duncanson, Robert S.
Dunham, Katherine
Dunjee, Roscoe
Dunkley, John
Dunn, Oscar J(ames)
Dur n, Alejo
Durand, Oswald
Durban, South Africa
Durham Manifesto
Durham, James
Durham, North Carolina
Duruma
Dusé Mohammed Ali
Dutch West India Company
Duvalier, François
Duvalier, Jean-Claude
Dyani, Johnny Mbizo
Dyer Bill
Dyula
E
Eagleson, William Lewis
Early Rastafarian Leaders
Early Rock and Roll and the White Negro
Early, Jordan Winston
Earth Pig
East African Community
East Indian Communities in the Caribbean
East St. Louis Riot of 1917
Eastern Cape
Ebira
Ebola
Ebony
Éboué, Félix
Echemendía, Ambrosio
Eckstine, William Clarence (Billy)
Economic Community of West African States
Economic Development in Africa
Ecuador
Edelman, Marian Wright
Edgell, Zee
Edison, Harry "Sweets"
Edo
Education in Africa
Education in Latin America and the Caribbean
Educational Organizations in the United States
Edward, Lake
Edwards, Melvin
Efik
Efutu
Egba
Egypt
Egypt, Ancient Kingdom of
Egyptian Mythology
Ekiti
Ekoi
Ekonda
Ekwensi, Cyprian
El Salvador
Elaine, Arkansas, Riot of 1919
Eland
Elaw, Zilphia
Elder, Robert Lee
Elders, M. Joycelyn Jones
Eldridge, Elleanor
Eldridge, Roy
Electoral Commission of 1877
Ellington, Edward Kennedy ("Duke")
Elliott, Robert Brown
Ellis, George Washington
Ellison, Ralph
Eloyi
Emancipation Festivals in the United States
Emancipation in the United States
Emancipation Proclamation and the Thirteenth Amendment
Embu
Emecheta, Buchi
Engenho Velho
Enriquillo
Environmental Movements in Africa
Environmental Racism: An Interpretation
Episcopal Church
Equatorial Guinea
Equiano, Olaudah
Eric B. and Rakim
Eritrea

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Africa -- Civilization -- Encyclopedias.
Blacks -- Encyclopedias.
African diaspora -- Encyclopedias.
African Americans -- Encyclopedias.