Elmina is a small fishing village in Ghana, sub-Saharan Africa, where one day a castle was built that evolved over three centuries. It was built by the Portuguese as a fort in 1482 to defend itself against the Spanish, when the gold trade dominated the expansionist ideas of Europeans in Africa. But as the slave trade evolved rapidly and gave great profits to the imperialists … Continue reading Africa: Elmina’s polluted air
Las Tunas.- Ramona Figueredo Leyva is one of those women who is not afraid of adversity, grows up in difficult times and transforms her work as a teacher at the Ramón Tellez special school, in this city, with a member of the Popular Support Group to help vulnerable families. With 37 years of experience, this Physical Education teacher arrives at several dwellings of the Aurora … Continue reading Ramona Figueredo: with country sensitivity and humanism lessons
Every day that tear of Elizabeth ventures on a journey that is already usual. In Accra, Wa, Nandom, Lawra, Nadwoli …, anywhere in Ghana, a country in sub-Saharan Africa, most children do not know their childhood. Most of them walk with their mothers in the markets, in the sale of objects to survive, in the hard work of the fields. Since they are only months … Continue reading The pain of Africa … and of the world
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