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How African American folklore saved the cultural memory and history of slaves | The Conversation

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Thurka Sangaramoorthy, The Conversation IVANCHINA ANNA/Shutterstock. Featured Image over the world, community stories, customs and beliefs have been passed down from generation to generation. This folkore is used by elders to teach family and friends about their collective cultural past. And for African Americans, folklore has played a particularly important part in documenting history too. The year 1619 marked the […]
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Kwaku Anansi: The only folklore character to travel out of Africa and become a global symbol of resistance | Face2Face Africa The West African folktale character is a spider with human characteristics from the Akan culture of West Africa. ">Kwaku Anansi: The only folklore character to travel out of Africa and become a global symbol of resistance | Face2Face Africa The West African folktale character is a spider with human characteristics from the Akan culture of West Africa.

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KOLUMN Magazine celebrates the lives of People of Color by giving our world texture.The West African folktale character is a spider with human characteristics from the Akan culture of West Africa.
Kwaku Anansi: The only folklore character to travel out of Africa and become a global symbol of resistance | Face2Face Africa The West African folktale character is a spider with human characteristics from the Akan culture of West Africa. " class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More