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Im late but hey, I'm so glad that Sam sharp, nanny of the maroons, and the thousands of Africans forced into slavery, burned down the plantations, murdered all the slave masters they could, and liberated themselves from slavery. If it wasn't for the will of the Africans fighting, from when they were first stolen, there would have been no abolitionist movement. Thank you for Jamaican music, culture, food, beauty, art, literature and style. Blessings to all of my Jamaican friends and the rebellious and progressive spirits, that shape the world living through all of you. I am proud to have mother and father of Jamaican heritage, Respect. πŸ‡―πŸ‡²: Blessed Independence day to all Jamaican people everywhere reading this @chakabars Im late but hey, I'm so glad that Sam sharp, nanny of the maroons, and the thousands of Africans forced into slavery, burned down the plantations, murdered all the slave masters they could, and liberated themselves from slavery. If it wasn't for the will of the Africans fighting, from when they were first stolen, there would have been no abolitionist movement. Thank you for Jamaican music, culture, food, beauty, art, literature and style. Blessings to all of my Jamaican friends and the rebellious and progressive spirits, that shape the world living through all of you. I am proud to have mother and father of Jamaican heritage, Respect. πŸ‡―πŸ‡²

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Pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus, merupakan satu jenis kayu putih (Eucalyptus), memiliki ciri khas yang menawan. Yaitu memiliki batang yang menghasilkan warna-warni layaknya pelangi. Hal ini mendasari pohon ini dianggap sebagai pohon terindah dan menakjubkan di dunia. Terlebih lagi, pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus dapat ditemukan di hutan tropis beberapa daerah Indonesia. Warna-warni yang eksotis terbentuk akibat proses pergantian kulit pohon di berbagai zona batang dan pada waktu yang berbeda. Awalnya kulit pohon berwarna hijau terang lalu semakin gelap, Kemudian berubah warna menjadi kebiruan sampai keunguan, lalu berwarna pink-oranye, dan akhirnya warnamya menjadi merah maroon kecoklatan sebelum terjadi pengelupasan kulit. Selain itu, pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus tidak akan memiliki pola warna yang sama dua kali. Karena variasi warnanya terus berubah sepanjang tahun. Sehingga membuatnya seperti karya seni hidup yang sangat menakjubkan. Penyebaran alami Pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus mencakup wilayah Mindanao, Sulawesi, Seram, Papua Nugini, dan New Britain. Pohon ini tumbuh subur di hutan tropis yang mendapatkan banyak hujan. Pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus bahkan dianggap sebagai pohon terindah dan menakjubkan di dunia. Penilaian dari banyak kalangan ini tidaklah berlebihan. Sebab warna-warni layaknya pelangi yang dihasilkan oleh batang pohon memang sangat indah dan tiada duanya, seperti sarimi. Sumber: https:-science.idntimes.com: AR OF DIMENSION Bukan Editan Pohon Pelangi Ini Ada di Indonesia Pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus, merupakan satu jenis kayu putih (Eucalyptus), memiliki ciri khas yang menawan. Yaitu memiliki batang yang menghasilkan warna-warni layaknya pelangi. Hal ini mendasari pohon ini dianggap sebagai pohon terindah dan menakjubkan di dunia. Terlebih lagi, pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus dapat ditemukan di hutan tropis beberapa daerah Indonesia. Warna-warni yang eksotis terbentuk akibat proses pergantian kulit pohon di berbagai zona batang dan pada waktu yang berbeda. Awalnya kulit pohon berwarna hijau terang lalu semakin gelap, Kemudian berubah warna menjadi kebiruan sampai keunguan, lalu berwarna pink-oranye, dan akhirnya warnamya menjadi merah maroon kecoklatan sebelum terjadi pengelupasan kulit. Selain itu, pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus tidak akan memiliki pola warna yang sama dua kali. Karena variasi warnanya terus berubah sepanjang tahun. Sehingga membuatnya seperti karya seni hidup yang sangat menakjubkan. Penyebaran alami Pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus mencakup wilayah Mindanao, Sulawesi, Seram, Papua Nugini, dan New Britain. Pohon ini tumbuh subur di hutan tropis yang mendapatkan banyak hujan. Pohon Rainbow Eucalyptus bahkan dianggap sebagai pohon terindah dan menakjubkan di dunia. Penilaian dari banyak kalangan ini tidaklah berlebihan. Sebab warna-warni layaknya pelangi yang dihasilkan oleh batang pohon memang sangat indah dan tiada duanya, seperti sarimi. Sumber: https:-science.idntimes.com
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DID YOU KNOW CORNROWS WERE USED AS MAPS FOR ESCAPED FORMERLY ENSLAVED AFRICANS. San Basilio de Palenque is a village in Northern Colombia about 50 miles East of Cartagena with a population of around 3,500 people. San Basilio de Palenque is one of several walled cities that were started by escaped slaves in the 17th century. The city was set up as a refuge for escaped slaves by escaped slave Benkos Bioho, it is also the only city that has survived and is still inhabited today. The people who live here now are mainly Afro-Colombians which are direct descendants of African slaves brought by the Spanish during the Colonization of the Americas. Benkos Bioho was born in Africa and claimed to have been a king there. Captured in Africa by the Portuguese and sold several times until being sold to a Spaniard in Cartagena. Benkos Bioho tried to escape several times before he finally succeeded. After his escape he formed a town with others that freed themselves. There they developed their own language called Palenquero. The language is influenced by the Kikongo language of Congo and Angola and also by Portuguese. He also formed an army and an intelligence network to help organize the escape of other slaves and to guide them to the liberated areas. One of the things he did was have the women shape maps in their cornrows. They were also used as symbols to deliver messages. Bioho also had the women collect seeds and put them in their hair as decoration. Later the seeds would be passed on to the village so they could start to grow their own crops. He was later called King Benkos grew his army of Maroons (African refugees who escaped slavery in the Americas and formed independent settlements). His army of Maroons started raiding Spanish plantations, farms, and ranches. King Benkos also had spies that alerted him to the movements of his enemies and because of this he was never defeated. Unable to defeat King Benkos and the Maroons the Spanish Governor of Cartengena offered a peace treaty. The peace deal was finalized but a few years later was called off after the Spanish discovered a plot King Benkos was organizing against them. The Spaniards captured Benkos & πŸ‘‡πŸΎ: Facts that will blow your mind: Braids were used for enslaved women to draw (braid) maps on their heads to escape plantations Qafrokingdom DID YOU KNOW CORNROWS WERE USED AS MAPS FOR ESCAPED FORMERLY ENSLAVED AFRICANS. San Basilio de Palenque is a village in Northern Colombia about 50 miles East of Cartagena with a population of around 3,500 people. San Basilio de Palenque is one of several walled cities that were started by escaped slaves in the 17th century. The city was set up as a refuge for escaped slaves by escaped slave Benkos Bioho, it is also the only city that has survived and is still inhabited today. The people who live here now are mainly Afro-Colombians which are direct descendants of African slaves brought by the Spanish during the Colonization of the Americas. Benkos Bioho was born in Africa and claimed to have been a king there. Captured in Africa by the Portuguese and sold several times until being sold to a Spaniard in Cartagena. Benkos Bioho tried to escape several times before he finally succeeded. After his escape he formed a town with others that freed themselves. There they developed their own language called Palenquero. The language is influenced by the Kikongo language of Congo and Angola and also by Portuguese. He also formed an army and an intelligence network to help organize the escape of other slaves and to guide them to the liberated areas. One of the things he did was have the women shape maps in their cornrows. They were also used as symbols to deliver messages. Bioho also had the women collect seeds and put them in their hair as decoration. Later the seeds would be passed on to the village so they could start to grow their own crops. He was later called King Benkos grew his army of Maroons (African refugees who escaped slavery in the Americas and formed independent settlements). His army of Maroons started raiding Spanish plantations, farms, and ranches. King Benkos also had spies that alerted him to the movements of his enemies and because of this he was never defeated. Unable to defeat King Benkos and the Maroons the Spanish Governor of Cartengena offered a peace treaty. The peace deal was finalized but a few years later was called off after the Spanish discovered a plot King Benkos was organizing against them. The Spaniards captured Benkos & πŸ‘‡πŸΎ

DID YOU KNOW CORNROWS WERE USED AS MAPS FOR ESCAPED FORMERLY ENSLAVED AFRICANS. San Basilio de Palenque is a village in Northern Colombia...

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