The transatlantic slave trade history and the transportation of ancestors from Africa to America under unbelievable, heartbreaking conditions. The Jewish involvement in slave trade.
‘Africa and Resistance Following Emancipation’ is the continuation of an African study titled ‘Africa In The Caribbean‘ – By Dennis R. Hidalgo. This study is a historical overview of the African Diaspora in the Caribbean.
‘African and African-style cultures in the Caribbean’ is the continuation of an African study titled ‘Africa In The Caribbean’ – By Dennis R. Hidalgo, a historical overview of the African Diaspora in the Caribbean.
The Atlantic slave trade brought about 11 million Africans to the Americas and over 40 percent of them came to the Caribbean, deeply shaping the region’s population and cultures.
A historical overview of the African Diaspora in the Caribbean, by Dennis R. Hidalgo
The Caribbean, that region that encircles the Sea, shores and the islands also called Antilles, is known for its thriving and diverse African Diaspora. This is a historical overview of the African Diaspora in the Caribbean, by Dennis R. Hidalgo.
The principal objective of this paper is to examine the extent to which recent poverty reduction strategies and policy in Southern Africa reflect the current understanding of migration and its dynamics.
Southern Africa is characterized by long-established patterns of intra-regional migration, with countries sending and receiving labour migrants especially for employment in mines and on commercial farms and plantations since the late nineteenth century.
This Africa research argues that African linguistic diversity is part of the world’s heritage, which faces challenges and threats to its use as a sustainable resource in many ways akin to the world’s biological heritage.
The virtues and challenges of traditional educational systems aside, it is crucially important that continental Africa implement a Pan-African educational system that will facilitate the economic, political, and cultural reconstruction and integration of the African continent.
This African study examines the virtues and failures of traditional African educational systems, in the context of continental Pan-Africanism, and argues that traditional African educational systems must be complemented by a Pan-African educational system that transcends confocalisms and micro-nationalisms.
The commitment to multilingualism embedded in the 1996 South African Constitution has wide ranging implications for many aspects of education. This African study focuses on the dearth of teaching and learning materials in African languages required to deliver effective bilingual education, and on the potential role of translation in offering solutions for this problem.
This African study focuses on the dearth of teaching and learning materials in African languages for children required to deliver effective bilingual education, and on the potential role of translation in offering solutions for this problem.