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Seminar on the Caribbean Contribution to African Freedom-Session 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Nana Boahen’s iPhone
12:22
young Marcus Garvey?
Rachel Decoste
12:26
no idea.
Elaine
12:30
a very good looking man
Marie :0)
12:42
:)
Clyde Ledbetter
13:52
https://clyde-s-school.thinkific.com/courses/the-caribbean-contribution-to-african-freedom
Milton Hart
14:13
Haile Selasse?
Nduta Mochai
32:03
How did the kilombos last so long (years, decades) working off the land without any “spies” infiltrating them?
Rachel Decoste
37:12
20-part podcast about the haitian revolution by an american scholar. Full of drama, colourism, tribalism, European tactical mistakes, etc. https://www.revolutionspodcast.com/2015/12/401-saint-domingue.html
Rachel Decoste
44:18
the flags of Venezuela and several other Bolivar-freed countries include the haiti flag colours as a tribute to Haiti. This part of the story was erased in modern times.
Rachel Decoste
47:36
Haiti finished paying the debt to France circa 1911, almost 100 years later.
Kusum Wijesekera
01:02:13
Does the term Ladino refer specifically to enslaved Afro descendants from Spain and Portugal that spoke Spanish? Does the term also include FREE Afro descendants?
Clyde Ledbetter
01:02:58
The first
Nduta Mochai
01:08:40
Was Sierra Leone to England what Liberia was to the US?
Rachel Decoste
01:14:35
question: how did they pay for the transportation to the conference?
Richard Sharpe
01:17:47
Yes Clyde! We leave this everyday when we meet inside our workplaces.
Gina Leslie
01:17:57
Were these pan-African activities/conferences widely known about within the Caribbean and African communities? Is there anything like these conferences happening now? I don’t think we have the same level of Pan-African thinking across the diaspora now. How do we get back to that place of seeing the importance of unified efforts?
Rebecca
01:18:59
Of the plight of the indigenous peoples in the exploited colonies