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The story of three chiefs from Botswana who met with Queen Victoria in England in 1895 for protection

Gaborone is the beautiful capital of Botswana named after Chief Gaborone for his effortless protection over the land. The planned city became the capital...

The story of Takyi, the Ghanaian king who led a slave rebellion in Jamaica in 1760

Before finding himself as a slave, working hours on end and living in hard conditions on the Frontier plantation in Jamaica, Takyi was a Fanti king from Gold Coast, now modern Ghana.

Here’s how an African American missionary became the first naturalized citizen of Sierra Leone

After embracing his African heritage and finding God in Charleston, South Carolina, Edward Jones became a preacher and decided to move to Africa to...

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