InformAfrica.com — The legacy of the Great Walls of Benin has largely been forgotten. However, it does not change the fact that the Walls of Benin City was the world’s largest man-made earth structure lengthwise, and was hailed as the largest earthwork in the world.
Do Africans on the continent know their true history? Certainly, very few do and many do not. Why? Because majority only know the Eurocentric version of African history.
Africans, we can’t afford the sitting back arms folded syndrome any more. No matter who we are, where we are and what medium we have at our disposal, we can’t keep on going on doing NOTHING to raise ourselves from this sad state.
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.
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.
Review finds thousands of papers detailing shameful acts were culled, while others were kept secret illegally
It was recently reported that thousands of documents detailing some of the most shameful acts and crimes committed during the final years of the British empire were systematically destroyed to prevent them falling into the hands of post-independence governments, an official review has concluded.
At the time of independence from Britain in 1957, the Ghanaian leader, Kwame Nkrumah, enjoyed moderately friendly relations with the U.S. However, his position on the Congo crisis of 1960 led to a noticeable chill on the part of Washington. By the early fall of 1961, Kennedy was telling one of his top State Department […]