Feb 23– Mar 08, 2023
Juffureh Slavery Museum Opens New Exhibit March 5; It's Online, Too
The Port of Harlem Gambian Education Partnership sponsored exhibit "From These Shores" is online with the Juffureh Slavery Museum having an in–person opening Sunday, March 5 at the museum in Juffureh, North Bank Region, The Gambia. The exhibit celebrates the accomplishments of known and lesser–known Africans in the diaspora across time and geography.
A Snapshot of Black Denmark
The recently released People of African Descent (PAD) 2021 Survey and Washington DC born and raised Victor Bennett shed some light on the experiences and perspectives of the PAD community in Denmark. Bennett has lived on and off in Denmark for about 20 years. He says he was traveling with musical groups when he first landed in Copenhagen.
Pod Diaper Bag Changing Station & Travel Cot
Our mom tester Elizabeth Banks thinks back and doubts she would have, if he was younger, her 9–months–old sleep in the Pod Station & Cot unsupervised. "But, again our favorite use is for when he and I go swimming. And all the other moms think it is a brilliant changing space, too."
For the fifth consecutive issue, historian CR Gibbs' "The Mystery of Abubakari II's Voyage" is the number one article in search results on our website and the first article that comes up on Google when searching for Abubakari. Now, you can hear a lively conversation with Gibbs on Abubakari on POH Podcast. Top on our list to watch is: "ChatGPT Tutorial – A Crash Course on Chat GPT for Beginners," and we provide the link under Technology.
If you missed last issue's leading story, it was number one amongst subscribers and still available if you missed it. News from Gary, IN topped the lists among our Facebook and Instagram posts. Find out Ms. Ross' current connection to the Steel City.