Sojourn in Dakar, Senegal. [sound recording]

Washington : National Public Radio, c1980, 1981.

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Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
WRLC Shared Collections Facility (Restricted Use)
CAS 210 Off-site
Subjects African Americans -- Race identity.
Dakar (Senegal) -- Religion.
Dakar (Senegal) -- Social life and customs.
Slave-trade.
Slavery.
Description 1 sound cassette (59 min.) : 1 7/8 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 2 1/2 x 4 in.
Notes HO-800430.01/01-C.
Program notes in container.
A group of Afro-Americans who journeyed to Dakar, Senegal, talk about the slave trade, slave life in the past, and contemporary lifestyles. Participants discuss the presence of African culture in the bustling city, and describe the language, the religion, the roles of men, the marketplace, and the importance of local trees in everyday life. They also talk about the effect of the trip on their own identities.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)07521982
(OCoLC)7521982
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