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Fulani

a cattle-owning tribe in West Africa. Many varieties of zebu cattle are included in the general category of Fulani. See sudanese fulani cattle.
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Prevalence of parasitic diseases among nomadic fulanis of south-eastern Nigeria.
Braukamper presents an interesting hypothesis concerning the cultural and historical origin of the Baggara Arabs: their shift from a camel-rearing economy to a mixed cattle herding/millet cultivation economy was not only the result of ecological constraints but was made possible through the incorporation of many Fulanis, who acted as a cultural model, and Fulani customs.
The entertainment for Global Sight and Sound is being organized by Project Ahimsa and UrbanGroove, and will include an eclectic group of internationally acclaimed music artists, including DJ Dan the Automator, dj cheb i sabbah, Funkadesi, FULANIS (featuring members of Fela Kuti's band), Bay Area hip-hop purveyor Ren The Vinyl Archeologist; Punjabi Hip-Hop ensemble blacKMahal featuring Lal Singh Bhatti; jazz funk group Mingus Amungus; and Kitindu.