Black people are most predominant in Africa (Sub-Saharan Africa, indigenous black populations of North Africa and Afro-Arabs) while their numbers are considerably high in the Americas. There are also the indigenous black peoples of India, South East Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands and small populations in China, Sri-Lanka, Russia, Indonesia and Melanesia.
CBCIU regionalizes black culture based on the different and widely spread geographical habitations of black peoples. This is in a bid to stimulate researches into those black cultural traits that predominate in such regions for easier understanding, appreciation, linkages and application.
CBCIU has begun aggressive and enduring thrusts into the heartland of black culture and starting with the more proximal Yoruba nationalities spanning about four countries in West Africa, with great ambitions to extend to several other racial, tribal or ethnic nationalities in Sub-Saharan Africa and tap into the soul of their cultural traits for exposé. CBCIU’s current works/acquisitions include:
Government Reserved Area
Abere, Osun State