Our connection to Africa is not only through the forced migrations of millions of Africans to the Americas. But the diaspora’s determination of over 300 Barbadians that re-connected with Africa years before the U.N.I.A. Movement of repatriation. This interview is with the descendant of a small boy who sold nuts and other items in Bridgetown, Barbados. Then grew up to become Liberia’s 15th President – Arthur Barclay.
This interview is about the many Barbadian families who migrated to Liberia for a better life, other than Barbados in 1865. And the contribution of Barbadian culture to the Liberian landscape.
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