Mitochondrial Eve

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A hypothetical ‘mother of mankind’, who is postulated to have lived in Africa ±200,000 BC
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The actor Debbi Morgan plays Mozelle as carrying on the tradition not only of her story-specific ancestor African Eve, but also of the countless "conjure women" whose ancient healing and insight traditions made the lives of slaves healthier and more resilient.
In the 1980s, for example, such an analysis reinvigorated the controversial African Eve hypothesis, which traces human origins to a small group of people living some 200,000 years ago in Africa.
Add the basement level houses African Eve Cultural and Educational Programs Inc.
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