Our own Chief Foday Ajamu Mansaray and his wife Kenya Malinke Mansaray had the honor of being featured guests on “Salon Kontri Pot”, which is a show that highlights Sierra Leone history and living culture. They share their experiences of being Gullah Geechees who decided to make the journey to motherland several years ago. We would like to extend a very special thank you to Monuments & Relics Commission, Ministry of Culture & Tourism and
Where Can We Find Practical Garveyism? Our own Chief Foday Ajamu Mansaray and Kenya Mansaray sit down with the hosts of Afrika Speaks with Alkebu-lan to discuss the origins of BSANI, Garveyism, life as repatriates in Sierra Leone and much more. The interview starts around the 44 minute mark.
We hope you enjoyed part 1 of our Tools & Seeds Farmers Assistance project lecture. In part 2, you’ll learn more about food insecurity and the impact it has on communities in Sierra Leone. There is also footage from a historic meeting with the people of Maboya village, where members of our team went over the Tools & Seeds program and plans for further development in that area.
In 2017, The Tools & Seeds Farmers Assistance Project was launched in Sierra Leone, West Africa. The main goal of the program is to empower and facilitate the overall social-economic development of the host communities in which we farm. In the first of this 2-part lecture, you’ll learn more about the origins of the Tools & Seeds Farmers Assistance Project. We’ve included video of our ongoing farming initiatives in both Maboya Village and the capital
An excellent written history lesson about the founding of Freetown, Sierra Leone. Please sure to check out all 4 parts, written by George Jones over at Medium.
Plant a seed and watch it grow! Check out this awesome footage of our “Tools & Seeds” urban farming program in Freetown, Sierra Leone.