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  2. Romani diaspora - Wikipedia

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    This is a table of Romani people by country. The list does include the Dom people, who are often subsumed under "gypsies".. The official number of Romani people is disputed in many countries; some do not collect data by ethnicity; in others, Romani individuals may refuse to register their ethnic identity for fear of discrimination, or have assimilated and do not identify exclusively as Romani.

  3. Toltec Empire - Wikipedia

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    Oral traditions about the origin of Toltecs were collected by historians like Mariano de Veytia and Carlos María de Bustamante in the early 19th century. According to said accounts, there was a city named Tlachicatzin in a country ruled by the city of Huehuetlapallan, whose inhabitants called the people of Tlachicatzin "Toltecah", for their fame as dexterous artisans.

  4. Syrian Americans - Wikipedia

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    : 311 Historian Naff writes that as a broad global diaspora threatened the Syrian identity, the preservation of its religious traditions became increasingly important.: 241–247 Muslim Syrians arrived in the United States chiefly after 1965. The largest sect in Islam is the Sunni sect, forming 74% of the Muslim Syrian population.

  5. Turks in Algeria - Wikipedia

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    The Turks in Algeria, also commonly referred to as Algerian Turks, Algerian-Turkish Algero-Turkish and Turkish-Algerians were the ethnic Turkish and renegades who emigrated to Algeria during the Ottoman period.

  6. First Epistle of Peter - Wikipedia

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    The order in which the provinces are listed may reflect the route to be taken by the messenger who delivered the circular letter. The recipients of this letter are referred to in 1:1 as "exiles of the Dispersion". In 1:17, they are urged to "live in reverent fear during the time of your exile".

  7. Anansi - Wikipedia

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    Zobel Marshall, Emily (2009) Anansi Tactics in Plantation Jamaica: Matthew Lewis’ Record of Trickery, In Wadabagei: A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora. Vol.12. No.3. Zobel Marshall, Emily (2008) From Messenger of the Gods to Muse of the People: The Shifting Contexts of Anansi's Metamorphosis, in Jamaica Journal. Oct.

  8. Mbuti mythology - Wikipedia

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    He occasionally contacts mortals through Gor (a thunder god who is also an elephant) or a chameleon (similar to the divine messenger used by Orish-nla of Yoruba mythology). Khonvoum created mankind from clay. Black people were made from black clay, white people came from white clay, and the Pygmies themselves came from red clay.

  9. Marcus Garvey - Wikipedia

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    Marcus Mosiah Garvey Sr. ONH (17 August 1887 – 10 June 1940) was a Jamaican political activist, publisher, journalist, entrepreneur, and orator.He was the founder and first President-General of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League (UNIA-ACL, commonly known as UNIA), through which he declared himself Provisional President of Africa.