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A woman presents an Afro-Colombian hairstyle during the 9th contest of Afro-hairdressers, in Cali, Valle del Cauca departament, Colombia, on May 12, 2013. The Afro hairstyles have their origins in the time of slavery, when women sat to comb their children hair after work. (Photo by Luis Robayo/AFP Photo)

A woman presents an Afro-Colombian hairstyle during the 9th contest of Afro-hairdressers, in Cali, Valle del Cauca departament, Colombia, on May 12, 2013. The Afro hairstyles have their origins in the time of slavery, when women sat to comb their children hair after work. (Photo by Luis Robayo/AFP Photo)
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13 May 2013 11:01:00
A follower of the Afro-Brazilian religion Umbanda pays tribute for Iemanja, goddess of the sea, in Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil December 29, 2017. (Photo by Ricardo Moraes/Reuters)

A follower of the Afro-Brazilian religion Umbanda pays tribute for Iemanja, goddess of the sea, in Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil December 29, 2017. Hundreds of practitioners of Brazil's Afro-Brazilian Candomble and Umbanda faiths have gathered at Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana beach to honor Yemanja. Worshippers were mostly dressed in white as they launched their offerings to Iemanja: small boats with flowers and bowls with candles and fruits. (Photo by Ricardo Moraes/Reuters)
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30 Dec 2017 06:22:00
Members of a comparsa, a Uruguayan carnival group, dance during the Llamadas parade, a street fiesta with traditional Afro-Uruguayan roots in Montevideo February 9, 2017. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)

Members of a comparsa, a Uruguayan carnival group, dance during the Llamadas parade, a street fiesta with traditional Afro-Uruguayan roots in Montevideo February 9, 2017. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)
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13 Feb 2017 00:06:00
21 year-old Chanel Tapper, with the amazing tongue and 35 year-old Aevin Dugas, with the beautiful hair was certified as world record breakers for the world’s longest tongue and the world’s biggest afro in the Guinness Book of World Records. (Photo by Guinness World Records)

21 year-old Chanel Tapper, with the amazing tongue and 35 year-old Aevin Dugas, with the beautiful hair was certified as world record breakers for the world’s longest tongue and the world’s biggest afro in the Guinness Book of World Records. (Photo by Guinness World Records)
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10 Jan 2013 14:45:00
Boozed up revellers dressed up in fluorescent colours during the opening day of the 2019 Notting Hill Carnival on August 25, 2019 in London, England. Up to a million people are expected to pack the streets of Notting Hill and surrounding areas over the course of the two day event. The annual celebration of Afro-Caribbean culture takes place each August bank holiday weekend. (Photo by London News Pictures)

Boozed up revellers dressed up in fluorescent colours during the opening day of the 2019 Notting Hill Carnival on August 25, 2019 in London, England. Up to a million people are expected to pack the streets of Notting Hill and surrounding areas over the course of the two day event. The annual celebration of Afro-Caribbean culture takes place each August bank holiday weekend. (Photo by London News Pictures)
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27 Aug 2019 00:05:00
Revellers dance at Notting Hill Carnival on August 29, 2016 in London, England. The Notting Hill Carnival, which has taken place annually since 1964, is expected to attract over a million people. The two-day event, started by members of the Afro-Caribbean community, sees costumed performers take to the streets in a parade and dozens of sound systems set up around the Notting Hill streets. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

Revellers dance at Notting Hill Carnival on August 29, 2016 in London, England. The Notting Hill Carnival, which has taken place annually since 1964, is expected to attract over a million people. The two-day event, started by members of the Afro-Caribbean community, sees costumed performers take to the streets in a parade and dozens of sound systems set up around the Notting Hill streets. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)
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30 Aug 2016 12:08:00
A devotee of the Afro-Brazilian goddess of the sea Lemanja pays tribute on Lemanja's Day at Ramirez beach in Montevideo February 2, 2015. On this day every year, worshippers light candles at a shrine and throw sweets, alcoholic drinks, fruits and cheap jewellery into the sea as offerings to ask for good health and luck in love and work. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)

A devotee of the Afro-Brazilian goddess of the sea Lemanja pays tribute on Lemanja's Day at Ramirez beach in Montevideo February 2, 2015. On this day every year, worshippers light candles at a shrine and throw sweets, alcoholic drinks, fruits and cheap jewellery into the sea as offerings to ask for good health and luck in love and work. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)
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04 Feb 2015 12:14:00
A member of a comparsa, a Uruguayan carnival group, dances during the Llamadas parade in Montevideo February 5, 2015. Thousands of people crowd the capital's Barrio Sur as costumed drummers and dancers kick off the street fiesta known as Llamadas which has traditional Afro-Uruguayan roots. The fiesta, also known in Spanish as “The Calls”, started during the colonial period as a slave parade on the city streets. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)

A member of a comparsa, a Uruguayan carnival group, dances during the Llamadas parade in Montevideo February 5, 2015. Thousands of people crowd the capital's Barrio Sur as costumed drummers and dancers kick off the street fiesta known as Llamadas which has traditional Afro-Uruguayan roots. The fiesta, also known in Spanish as “The Calls”, started during the colonial period as a slave parade on the city streets. (Photo by Andres Stapff/Reuters)
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08 Feb 2015 11:44:00