21.10.2020: African History before the slave trade: A Hidden History, online event

September 29, 2020

Wednesday 21 October
7pm  

Black History Studies 

African History before the slave trade: A Hidden History 

Did any part of the African continent have any history before 1641?  This date is generally thought to be the start of the transatlantic slave trade.  Black History Studies presents a fascination presentation of the little-known facts about Africa’s extensive history which will amaze all who attend.  

Join the Zoom Meeting on Wednesday 21 October at 7pm  

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