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2021 Balanta Kentohé Language Lessons Series 1 Quintino Medi & Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
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ISBN: 9781637900666
From 1668 to 1829, 145,000 people were shipped from the slave trading port at St. Louis, Senegal. From 1668 to 1843, 126,000 people were shipped from the slave trading port of Bissau on the coast of modern day Guinea Bissau, West Africa. These are the lands were Balanta people were living. From these two slave trading ports, 6,400 people were brought to the Gulf Coast, 10,000 people were brought to the port at Charleston, South Carolina, 4,500 people were brought to Chesapeake, and 1,400 people were brought to New York. From 1761 to 1815, records show that 6,534 Binham Brassa (Balanta people) were trafficked from their homeland and enslaved in the Americas. That’s an average of at lea ...
2021 Balanta Kentohé Language Lessons Series 2 Quintino Medi & Siphiwe Baleka
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2021 Balanta Kentohé Language Lessons Series 3 Quintino Medi & Siphiwe Baleka
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Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume I Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781645503835
Siphiwe Baleka, concerned with the lost history of his family because of the criminal European and American Trade in African people and their enslavement, uses DNA testing and a lot of research to reconstruct the history of the Balanta people all the way back to their origin in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia (Sudan), in prehistoric times. Volume I covers that history up until their exodus during the Egyptian XVIII Dynasty (1479-1429 BC). The book is presented as a letter to his sons, so that they will know the full dignity of their ancestral heritage. But the book is also of immense value to all people of African descent whose ancestors were the victims of American slavery, and whose descendants have ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain (black and white version) Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 6" x 9"
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Siphiwe Baleka, concerned with the lost history of his family because of the criminal European and American Trade in African people and their enslavement, uses DNA testing and a lot of research to reconstruct the history of the Balanta people all the way back to their origin in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia (Sudan), in prehistoric times. Volume I covers that history up until their exodus during the Egyptian XVIII Dynasty (1479-1429 BC). The book is presented as a letter to his sons, so that they will know the full dignity of their ancestral heritage. But the book is also of immense value to all people of African descent whose ancestors were the victims of American slavery, and whose descendants have ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume II Volume II Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781645504023
In Balanta B’urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume I, we established the following facts: 1. Our paternal ancestors are the Balanta who live in present-day Guinea Bissau on the West Coast of Africa. 2. Our ancestors share a common lineage with Bantu and Nilo-Saharan people of North East Africa. 3. More specifically, our ancestors lived in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia. Today, that area is called Sudan. 4. Between 18,000 BC and 332 BC, Balanta ancestors made numerous migrations from Ta-Nihisi and Ta-Meri to West Africa. This book, Volume II, explores in some detail those migrations, where we went and what happened to us until the first encounters with the Portuguese on the coast of ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume II (black and white version) Siphiwe Baleka
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In Balanta B’urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume I, we established the following facts: 1. Our paternal ancestors are the Balanta who live in present-day Guinea Bissau on the West Coast of Africa. 2. Our ancestors share a common lineage with Bantu and Nilo-Saharan people of North East Africa. 3. More specifically, our ancestors lived in Ta-Nihisi, Nubia. Today, that area is called Sudan. 4. Between 18,000 BC and 332 BC, Balanta ancestors made numerous migrations from Ta-Nihisi and Ta-Meri to West Africa. This book, Volume II, explores in some detail those migrations, where we went and what happened to us until the first encounters with the Portuguese on the coast of ...
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume III Volume III Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781645504276
The third volume of Balanta B'Urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain covers the history of the Balanta people from the time of the first arrival of Portuguese to the coast of Guinea Bissau until the capture of Siphiwe Baleka's great, great, great, great, great grandfather, his arrival in the Carolinas, and his enslavement by the Blake family. This is the book that explains Balanta life prior to the European trans Atlantic slave trade and the who, what, where, when and how the majority of Balanta people ended up in North America.
Balanta B'urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remain Volume III (black and white version) Siphiwe Baleka
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The third volume of Balanta B'Urassa, My Sons: Those Who Resist Remains covers the history of the Balanta people from the time of the first arrival of Portuguese to the coast of Guinea Bissau until the capture of Siphiwe Baleka's great, great, great, great, great grandfather, his arrival in the Carolinas, and his enslavement by the Blake family. This is the book that explains Balanta life prior to the European trans Atlantic slave trade and the who, what, where, when and how the majority of Balanta people ended up in North America.
Dictionary of Balanta Proverbs Siphiwe Baleka
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Size: 8.27" x 11.69"
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The only English translation of Dictionnaire Des Proverbes Balant by Jules Mansaly. Jules Mansaly is a Balanta writer from Senegal. In 2017 he won the Grand Prix of the President of the Republic for Arts, Senegal for his novel 𝙇𝙚𝙨 𝙎𝙤𝙣𝙜𝙚𝙨 𝙙𝙚 𝙉𝙨𝙚𝙘𝙠𝙖, and was nominated to be among the top 10 writers of the year. In 2017, he publishe a Balanta-Ganja Dictionary (French). The book contains 534 Balanta proverbs. gluunta binge suu wéde 'You don't hide your nudity in the water' ø-gl̀ ââ b̀ ngə'ś sʊâ â â'â o-wédé cl-nudity 3PL NEG hide cl-water That is to say that we have to tell the truth

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