This story sums up the series on my October trip to Africa and speaks to the most profound part of my visit in recognition of Black History Month. So little is known about how Africans were enslaved and transported to the Americas. How the Portuguese, the British, the French and the Dutch built and managed a series of slave ports on the West African coast which transported over 12 million slaves to the New World with more than 2 million dying during this treacherous journey*. We visited two slave forts—-the island of Gorée and the Elmina Castle, both tell a story that should never be forgotten… a visit of conscience.
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Our feature photos taken by Grizel Ubarry are available for sale as notecards with inspirational quotes. Ideal for scribbling messages of thanks, greetings from your travels or just to stay in touch. These five note cards are beautifully printed on high quality paper packaged in a silk drawstring pouch also perfect as a gift.