African American History and Culture Museum - Exhibit that talked about the 1300s extra credit.pdf

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Booker 1London BookerProfessor ToungaraInto to Black Diaspora25 April 2019African American History and Culture Museum - Exhibit that talked about the 1300sAt the American History and Culture Museum they take you into a elevator, where yougo to the lowest level and start from the 1300s and work your way up. The woman who ran theelevator talked to us about the levels we would be exploring. This paper is focusing on theexhibit on the lowest level, which displays information about the the African diaspora during the1300s through the 1800s. I found many different aspects of this exhibit eye-opening and learneda lot of new information. I was taken aback at how much information and artifacts the museumhad which made me appreciate the experience even more.The Atlantic Creoles first caught my attention, they were of African descent and movedeasily between cultures and landscapes. They were familiar with trade and were multilingual.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Kerr-Ritchie
Tags
Atlantic Slave Trade, African diaspora

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