Tag Archives: African history

Malaki ma Kongo Martinique

Honor to the Kongo peo­ple from the west of the Atlantic Ocean who search their ori­gins. NTUMUA MASSEE is one of them. He's very curi­ous, he searches for the fos­sils of truth. He unmasks those ones who fal­sify our ances­tral … Con­tinue read­ing

Llanto Brujo

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Cuba's musundis mem­ory recu­per­a­tion. (In Span­ish) El texto que sigue, lo escribí a man­era de pre­sentación del libro Llanto brujo, pub­li­cado en Méx­ico dos meses después de haberlo escrito en San­ti­ago de Cuba bajo la urgen­cia dic­tada por el Tatandi … Con­tinue read­ing

Kongo in Cuba

Arch. de Sc. soc. des Rel., 2002, 117 (January-March) 59-80 by Erwan DIANTEILL KONGO IN CUBA, CONVERSION OF AFRICAN RELIGION The empha­sis on the "inven­tion" of "African­ity" in Afro-American reli­gions, con­ceived as an instru­ment of com­pe­ti­tion among employ­ers for reli­gious … Con­tinue read­ing

Mama Kimpa Mvita

mama Kimpa Mvita

Real­iza­tion of the first decade of Mama Kimpa Mvita 2007-2017 In occa­sion of the 300 years from the mur­der of Mama Kimpa Mvita, the Gen­eral Coor­di­na­tion of Malaki ma Kongo -  asso­ci­a­tion for the pro­mo­tion of African cul­tural roots -  … Con­tinue read­ing

Nsaku Ne Vunda

Ne Vunda

400 years ago, the first black ambas­sador sent to the Vat­i­can died in Rome: he came from the King­dom of Kongo. If you go to Rome, you must absolutely plan to go visit the Basil­ica of St. Mary Major (Santa … Con­tinue read­ing