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West Africans In Early America
 
 
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Historians often present African-American history as if it started when Africans boarded slave ships. And as the enslaved made contributions to the development of the United States, society either ignored their contributions or acknowledged their inputs and Blackness, but ignored their specific African heritage.

These nine panels present the history of nine men and women who made contributions to the development of the United Sates during a time when many Europeans believed that Africans were incapable of intelligent thoughts. When providing their history, we included information about their specific African heritage to inspire Africa’s children at home and abroad.

Presented in March 2012. The nine panels now hang at:

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From These Shores
 
 
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From These Shores celebrates the accomplishments of known and lesser-known Africans in the diaspora across time and geography.

The depictions are equally as diverse. The images include photographs and paintings created just for this exhibit. From black and white photos to colorful acrylics and air brush portraits, the images also reflect the diversity of the various artists.

While under construction, the online presence welcomes viewing and comments.

This exhibit will also hang at:

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Other Activities
 
 





Friday Night at the Movies in Old Jeswang
"Bronx Princess"
"Promised Land"
April 2011
Glory Baptist Church
Old Jeswang

Movies Under the Stars
"Bronx Princess"

March 2014
Baobab Youth Development Association
Nema Kunku


Movies Under the Stars
"Black Panther"
March 2018
Baobab Youth Development Association
Nema Kunku
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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