Wednesday, April 11, 2007

1st public announcement April 2002

First drawing at the turn of the millenium 1999-2000.

An idea that was named The Memory Village and was envisioned in the form of an alternative interactive historical park where people could retrace and most importantly, relive the most crucial points of the history of the slave trade, from the prosperous period of the great African empires and Native American civilizations before the time of colonization, up to the revolt of the slaves of Ayiti (original spelling of Haiti) which gave birth to its independence as the first nation of free men and women, and the first black state of modern times, January 1, 1804.