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AFRICA-SLAVERY/TOURISM
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August 20, 2019
A fisherman fishes in front Kunta Kinte Island, at the port in Jufureh, Albreda, on the north bank of...
ALBREDA, Gambia
Fisherman fishes in front Kunta Kinte Island, at the port in Jufureh, Albreda, on the north bank of The...
A fisherman fishes in front Kunta Kinte Island, at the port in Jufureh, Albreda, on the north bank of The Gambia River, Gambia July 20, 2019. Kunta Kinte island was one of the slavery shipping points and is now named after a Gambian man from Juffrey, who according to the Alex Haley's book, Roots:The Saga of an American Family, was among 98 slaves who were shipped to the United States in 1767. The 400-year anniversary of the first slave boat to arrive in America from Africa has caused a rush of interest in heritage tourism in West Africa, as descendants of slaves from America, the Caribbean and Europe visit ancient sites to delve into a dark and often hidden past. Picture taken July 20, 2019. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
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