Come along with me and my Mom as we seek out truth in our journey to Ghana West Africa following the route of the Atlantic Slave Trade!
The Assin Manso Slave River Site holds deep historical significance as the final location where enslaved Africans took their last bath on the continent's soil. From here, they were led to the Elmina and Cape Coast slave castles along the shoreline, eventually facing the harrowing "door of no return" before their enforced voyage on the slave ships.
Elmina Castle stands as the earliest European structure on the Gulf of Guinea and the oldest in sub-Saharan Africa. Our presentation delves into the profound experiences of the 30,000 enslaved souls who faced unimaginable challenges here before passing through the haunting "door of no return."
Jamestown's history commenced with the establishment of James Fort by the British in 1673-74. This fort was the final European trading post to be constructed in Accra. Within its walls, slaves were acquired before their tragic journey to the slave ships. The Jamestown residents, deeply connected to their Hebrew origins, continue to embrace this heritage. Discover the shared threads that weave together Jamestown in Ghana, South Africa, and Virginia.
In a world plagued by the insidious grip of racism, few are willing to confront its true nature. But within the pages of my gripping memoir, I invite you to embark on an extraordinary journey through the tapestry of my life, woven against the backdrop of Chicago.
OneLove is founded on Love:
Love is patient, love is kind. Love does not envy or boast, it is not proud. Love does not dishonor others, is not self-seeking, is not easily angered, nor keeps records of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. Love always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres!
Love is our power, OneLove is our goal!