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.
Natasha Bynoe
Chief Executive Officer 
The African Diaspora Institute of Cultural Exchange and Historical Research, Inc.

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