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The rise of the Black Lives Matter movement has prompted a historical re-examination of people of African descent and black leadership throughout the world. This three-volume series "Afro-South Asia in the Global African Diaspora" uses hundreds of colorful illustrations and maps; these scholarly articles explore the ways that Africans and people of African descent have both shaped and been shaped by the cultures and societies of South Asia as part of the global African Diaspora. This book focuses on how these marginalized communities of African descent throughout South Asia from Karachi and Gujarat to Karnataka and Hyderabad have confronted the challenges of sustaining community and pride while negotiating contested questions of identity, home, and belonging through religious practices and reinvented cultural traditions. Their vibrant religious practices, music, and textiles provide a basis for belonging in an atmosphere where discrimination creates additional obstacles to their social and economic well-being and advancement.