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As African American people, we often times feel like a piece of us is missing. We wanted to gain a better understanding of what it meant to truly be Black and not let a western society dictate that meaning. We were giving ourselves our own right of passage to gain a better understanding of our heritage, one that was unfortunately taken from us due to slavery.Make sure to add Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar, Tanzania to your list. Depending on the time of day, the tides are so low you can walk out to the middle of the ocean floor.
Everyone went out of their way to make sure we were safe and we had the best experience.
The continent as a whole welcomed us like long lost sisters.
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One of the myths it debunked was that Africans are not welcoming to African Americans.
Every person we met asked us why more African Americans do not come back to the continent and wanted us to tell everyone to come home.
No means of transportation was off limits; we flew, rode shared cars, took the bus, and took the train to get to the different countries.