Black Sorority Project (Official Full Length)
Full-length documentary feature chronicling the lives of 22 Howard University Women who marched in the Women’s Suffrage March of 1913 and changed the course of history forever.
Roughly one of every four slaves imported to work the cotton and tobacco plantations of the American South began his or her journey across the Atlantic from equatorial Africa, including the Kongo kingdom. The KiKongo language, spoken around the Congo RIver’s mouth, is one of the African tongues whose traces linguists have found in the Gullah dialect spoken by black Americans today on the coastal islands of South Carolina and Georgia.
-pg 11, King Leopold’s Ghost