2.0 – Rekindling the Spirit, a Way Forward

2.0 – Rekindling the Spirit, a Way Forward
For centuries, as typical of humans, Africans have constantly developed new ideas to survive. They treated the most poisonous snake bites with local herbs, repaired broken bones and melted and molded metals. In agriculture and textile, they built silos for their produce, dyed their fabrics, and made careers in local crafts. The Egyptians built the pyramids and Ethiopians invented indigenous ways of writing. The contributions of North Africans to mathematics are well established and no one can discuss the advent of human civilization without Africa. Indeed, Africans demonstrated innovations centuries ago that rivaled the best in the world. However, Africa…
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