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Keti Koti – “Broken Shackles”

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Keti Koti, a Surinamese term, means “Broken Shackles”. It symbolizes the abolition of slavery on July 1, 1863 in the former colonies of Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles. . However, slaves in Suriname would not be fully free until 1873, after a mandatory 10 year transition period during which time they were required to work on the plantations.
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Melanin monologues

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Melanin monologue’s is the fresh new book by author Natreema Adjaye  It’s an engrossing and deeply personal account of her experiences growing up in inner London as a child of African descent. It shed’s new light and open ‘s up the discussion of race, color and the perceptions of this in British society.
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Black Heritage Amsterdam Tours

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A micro documentary about the African Heritage still visible in Amsterdam still to this day. I spent a day with Jennifer Tosch and took her amazing Black Heritage Amsterdam Tour. This short doc only covers a fraction of the tour. If you’re ever in Amsterdam put it on your ‘To do List’
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