Black People : Haitian and Carribean Slavetrade History With Professor Bayyinah Bello

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    Haitian and Carribean Slavetrade History
    With Professor Bayyinah Bello



    She was born on Thursday, March 25th, 1948. Her mother often told that gunshots were heard in the area of the Champ de Mars, Port-au-Prince, while the nurse arrived at the house for the baby's delivery. Bayyinah is the mother of three sons: Hashim-Thawab, Siddiq Theo-dile, Yahya Akil and a daughter: Anakaona Bello. She is a grandmother of six grandchildren: three girls and three boys.

    Spouse of deep African thought and lover of the history of Haiti, Bayyinah Bello discovered her commitment to education before the age of 10 and was introduced to this field through literacy programs in Africa. Once she had completed her primary education in Haiti, she was sent to Liberia to live with her mother. After having completed her High school in France, she joined her mother who had left Congo to settle in New York. In this city, she earned a degree in secretarial, a college degree in education. Back in Africa, she obtained in Nigeria a Master in linguistics, in Primary Education, diplomas and certificates in interpreting... ​
     
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