George Holassey Adandogou

Do We Hear African Americans When They Cry Over Their Roots

We know about the horror of slave trade in which people of our lands were sold to labor sugar, coffee, tobacco, cotton fields, or to work in gold and silver mines in America and West Indies. We know about the slavery and the pains of those Africans who were transported to America; but we still want to go in USA.
Why is Donovan, who came lately from the USA, so tortured and upset by this common past almost forgotten by our parents?
After hearing his story, we shake our head for a long time.
There is a brave guy!
He finishes his palm wine and gets up slowly to go.
What a story!
24 printed pages
Original publication


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