Economic History: 2 Accused of $1‐Million Cocoa Swindle

A man from Ghana and his New York‐born wife have been accused of swindling the Republic of Equatorial Guinea out of $l.2‐million by pocketing more than half, of the proceeds of $2.25‐million in cocoa‐bean sales to a Wall. Street concern. see more

Six Foods Brought To The Americas To Help Keep African Culture Alive

This is a short description. While some might have snuck seeds and plants on slave ships as a way of retaining a trace of their cultures, the foods brought alongside enslaved Africans to the Americas were largely intended to feed them and increase their chances of surviving. see more

Long Walk to Freedom (adapted for children)

Long Walk to Freedom (adapted for children) see more

Nelson Mandela: In His Own Words

Nelson Mandela: In His Own Words see more

Favorite African Folktales

Favorite African Folktales see more


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