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Emancipation: The Ancestors And Their Religions

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Following the enslavement of Africans in Trinidad and Tobago, Africans introduced many of their traditional food, clothing, cultural practices, and even religions, some of which are still being practised today.

As we explore the religions introduced by Africans who were enslaved in T&T, C News' Cherrylene Lewis spoke to Founder of the Black Agenda, David Muhammad, who said over 10 religions or tribes were introduced during the slave trade.

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