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Do Africans On The Continent Know Their True History?

Do Africans On The Continent Know Their True History?

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.

Transatlantic slave trade: Transporting Africans to America

Transatlantic slave trade: Transporting Africans to America

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 (The Slave Trade)

Africa and Resistance Following Emancipation (The 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

African and African-style cultures 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 Slave Trade (Africa In The Caribbean)

The Slave Trade (Africa 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.

Africa In The Caribbean – By Dennis R. Hidalgo

Africa 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.

“Honouring the heroes, resisters and survivors”, an exhibition on slave trade opens at United Nations

“Honouring the heroes, resisters and survivors”, an exhibition on slave trade opens at United Nations

A multimedia exhibition to mark the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade will open in the Main Gallery of the Visitors Lobby on Tuesday, 27 March at 6 p.m.