Tag Archives: African history

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

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

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

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

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