Originally Posted by Ananci_7
Before yuh dismiss them as not being serious, note something
I wonder if anybody else watching this find that that is the same way people have been seen protesting or demonstrating in Trinidad, many other Caribbean countries and for those old enough to remember, how they protested apartheid in South Africa back in the 80s.
For all those who try hard to show that we in the West have nothing in common with Africa, that enslavement cut us off from "we roots"; that we have no real links with traditional Africa, this shows you have no clue what you talking about. Music, dance, singing have always been integral parts of daily cultural life in traditional Africa, whether it was joy, sorrow, anger, protest, music and dance always were legitimate forms of social and political expression and it carried over to the Diaspora. Hence.......
the healthy man does not torture others - generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers.
Carl G. Jung