OUR Read! Dispossessed Lives: Enslaved Women, Violence and the Archive

by Professor Marisa J. Fuentes – Based on the interview by full-stop.net
*Special note of gratitude to Rhoda A. Green of Barbados and the Carolinas                        Legacy Foundation for her Facebook post share aware. 

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Book listed at #workingmylines

Continue to innerstand the journey of African Women throughout the Americas, begin to overstand the plight of where Black/African/Colored Women stand today.  Clear your mental palate to follow this critically researched sojourn; UC Santa Cruz Alumni           Marisa J. Fuentes lived 2 years in Barbados with guided focus upon Bridgeport. And through research and examinations reveal a glimpse of the atrocities of day-to-day life of African-Ancestored Women enslaved in Barbados– avoid any notion of making “simple dichotomies” and honor these stories, their stories, Our stories as it were… // RWC

An Afrigeneas.com Scholar Awardee, aka R. Califa currently is the Project Curator and Social Media Agent for Dance Mediumship Project #DANCESTORY2013-2017 #workingmylines formerly "Working Da Lines," coalescing Dance, Technology and Genealogy. She creates Community-building initiatives of impact for healing, transformation and advancement. Today Ms. Calloway yields an impressive over 25 year history as a well-versed African Diaspora Performance and Professional Teaching-Artist, Choreographer & sought after Producer /Curator of Artistic works specializing in African Ancestored Cultural histories...#Dancestory2016 yielded a proactive sojourn of empowerment invoking Communal Dance and Drum agencies to unearth, shake trees and build Family branches in kinship. #Dancestory2017 is next level practicums, ritual in motion and strengthening Family ties, Communal initiatives of advancement and Ancestral healing. #RiteOn

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