What Is African Culture?

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African culture includes all the cultures that were ever in the continent of Africa. These include the music, art, literature and practices of Africa. The main cultural split is between North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, which is then divided into a number of ethnic and tribal cultures.
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African culture is the general widespread sub-Saharan African core values, beliefs, cultural themes and behaviours as they existed prior to European contact and as they still exist, especially in the rural areas and to a lesser extent in the urban areas of Africa. It is upon this which many, if not most, fundamental thought processes and behaviours of contemporary sub-Saharan Africans are based and continue to be derived from.
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