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He initially enrolled to study higher mathematics, but then enrolled to study philosophy in the Faculty of Arts of the Sorbonne.He gained his first degree (licence) in philosophy in 1948, then enrolled in the Faculty of Sciences, receiving two diplomas in chemistry in 1950.

In his 1954 thesis, Diop argued that ancient Egypt had been populated by Black people.

He specified that he used the terms "negro", "black", "white" and "race" as "immediate givens" in the Bergsonian sense, and went on to suggest operational definitions of these terms.

In Paris, Diop studied under André Aymard, professor of History and later Dean of the Faculty of Letters at the University of Paris and he said that he had "gained an understanding of the Greco-Latin world as a student of Gaston Bachelard, Frédéric Joliot-Curie, André Leroi-Gourhan, and others".

Diop said that he "acquired proficiency in such diverse disciplines as rationalism, dialectics, modern scientific techniques, prehistoric archeology and so on." Diop also claimed to be "the only Black African of his generation to have received training as an Egyptologist" and "more importantly" he "applied this encyclopedic knowledge to his researches on African history." In 1948 Diop edited with Madeleine Rousseau, a professor of art history, a special edition of the journal Musée vivant, published by the Association populaire des amis des musées (APAM).

His album, titled 'Niniyo', is a blend of mainstream 'Dndakaru' made Ndaga & acoustic, which features the creative fingers of Papis Konateh, Wole Rendall, Kebba Taylor and others.

Reason Yard Production Reason Yard is a contemporary, multi purpose youth movement with an aim of modernizing and distinguishing the Gambian music scene.Amadou Bansang Jobarteh School of Music The local institution was set up to integrate music and academic studies specialising in Manding music.Kids are taught the Kora, Balafon, drums, singing & dance.Diop had since his early days in Paris been politically active in the Rassemblement Démocratique Africain (RDA), an African nationalist organisation led by Félix Houphouët-Boigny.He was general secretary of the RDA students in Paris from 1950 to 1953.Diop's family was part of the Mouride brotherhood, the only independent Muslim fraternity in Africa according to Diop.

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