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Seminar on the Caribbean Contributions to African Freedom-Session 5 - Shared screen with speaker view
pradeep
08:37
Che Guevara
Nduta Mochai
09:34
Kwame Nkrumah?
Lisa Butcher
09:46
Thomas sankara
Nduta Mochai
09:49
Aime Cesaire.
pradeep
09:50
Sankara
Nduta Mochai
11:17
The one in the middle was Nelson Mandela??? He looks nothing like him.
Clyde Ledbetter
11:28
No
Clyde Ledbetter
11:34
Not him
Nduta Mochai
13:48
Samora Machel or Agostinho Neto.
Nduta Mochai
17:42
What decade was that, again, when sugar plantations increased in Cuba?
Lisa Butcher
22:13
Shango is largely practiced in the diaspora b/c of the way Shango represents overcoming struggle
Lisa Butcher
24:04
Was just about to mention Matanzas. Matanzan means the massacre
Nduta Mochai
32:28
Cannot see the translation.
Kahmaria Pingue
32:55
That is amazing!
Lisa Butcher
33:59
Obatala created mankind
Lisa Butcher
37:07
Obatala is the father of all orisha and takes care of everyone. Especially handicapped and all disadvantaged people
Gina Leslie
44:01
Many Caribbean countries don’t realise that colorism is a bi-product of racial discrimination, so they’ll tell you it not race but class out of ignorance
Gina Leslie
44:09
Jamaicans do the same thing
Lisa Butcher
44:55
Many Cubans want to associate themselves with their African origins
Sharon
44:56
Fun Fact … Fidel Castro, Michael Manley (former PM of Jamaica) and Pierre Trudeau were great friends. I think they were all Rhodes scholars and were at University together. Cuba was a great friend to Jamaica
Lisa Butcher
45:29
He follows the tradiation
Lisa Butcher
47:53
Free healthcare and free education
Lisa Butcher
48:33
One of the most advanced healthcare systems in the world
WILL
49:36
Because it is all FREE
Gina Leslie
53:41
They were so afraid of Lumumba that when they killed him, they cut his body up and burned it in a barrel…afraid that his followers would try to take his body if they just buried him
Adrianne
55:17
Thank you for the webinar.
Lisa Butcher
55:22
Wa that him the picture in the beginning?
Elaine
55:45
Funny how Canadian history doesn't tell us how they contributed to the exploitation of Africa and continues to do so. Please note Trudeau wants a seat on the Security Council - Canada is not worthy...
Nduta Mochai
59:29
It could not have been easy communicating - French vs Spanish. Is that why Swahili became a language of communication in the Congo?
pradeep
01:00:55
divide and conquer is a classic colonial tactic
Jacquie
01:02:12
happening right now
Kahmaria Pingue
01:06:49
LOve all the women in the pic
Lisa Butcher
01:07:02
Yes
Nduta Mochai
01:14:04
Please send us the links, Clyde. For some reason, I cannot see the videos. The sound is working, though.
Elaine
01:14:41
didn't know there was a video
Jennifer Payne
01:15:38
Can you please sent the link to the video as well?
Nduta Mochai
01:16:51
Gave the South Africans hope for success!
Nduta Mochai
01:17:09
Against apartheid, I mean.
Clyde Ledbetter
01:17:26
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWzqBisf624
Jacquie
01:18:32
can you please send the links via email?
Nduta Mochai
01:19:54
Yes, I saw that and was amazed that the relationship still continues to today.
Elaine
01:20:51
But what are we doing for Cuba - US still have the embargo on this country...
Kahmaria Pingue
01:20:52
How much of that is a direct result of what Obama did to repair relations between Cuba and America?
Sharon
01:21:43
The major success of this African History Series is that we are able to connect the dots. Every region is learning there own small history but not the links that connect us. Thank you
MGG
01:22:14
I couldnt agree more Sharon
MGG
01:22:32
So many things make sense....
Kahmaria Pingue
01:22:45
Cuban docs and nurses went to America too