- The Origin of Races
- Congoid (Negroes and Pygmies of Africa), and Capoid (Bushmen and Hotten- tots).
- The First Thirty Years
- between CONGOOD – which represented the common interests of ( CONGOOD). In 1993, both CONGOOD and the INA amalgamated to form.
- The Three American Eras
- 10% of Congoid blood) in the way described in Sir Arthur Keith's theory of human evolution.
- “In Ways Unacademical”: The Reception of Carleton S. Coon's The
- race evolving 200000 years before the Congoid. Because Coon's book to be treated as the “white” race and “Congoid” as the “black” race.
- Interpreting African Genetic Diversity
- subspecies from distinct, separate,Homo erectusancestors. Two of these purported primordial races originated in Africa.
- Lawsuit claims black sacker, ban from Big Sandy grocery store violated
- “It would be the same as if you asked that a congoid (a person from west/central Africa) not touch your food.” Thomas' based his claim that his civil rights were violated on that criminal trespass order.
- Urban Dictionary: congoid
- Oct 29, 2006 someone who is of maxxxed out west/central african ancestry. the female form is congess .
- Yahoo! Canada Answers - How do scientist determine who's Congoid
- Ethiopia=cradle of mankind therefore we prob do like a little of everybody since we are from the area humans originated from.
- Congoid - Skadi Forum
- Congoid Congoid Physical Anthropology. Page 1 of 3, 1, 2 · 3 · >. Threads in Forum : Congoid, Forum Tools.
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