THE SHOCKING STORY OF SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA (CAPE COAST CASTLE GHANA )

THE SHOCKING STORY OF SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA (CAPE COAST CASTLE GHANA )

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today i'll be heading to cape coast and we'll be visiting elvina castle so join me last week have fun [Music] what you did [Music] [Music] oh my mask i think finally and we're heading for the castle julius who was yours [Music] [Music] [Music] all right so my name is mark jackson we try this video sometime but i'll give you a brief introduction first and this is historically discussed which was constructed around 1665 by british it is built purposely for slave trade for slaves they already built the castle it damages the world who holds about stages at one particular time this part of the design from a thousand years they were the three hundred they stay in the danger two weeks minimum as an employment it's never stopped his system after that distracted with our english as a colonial administrative center they bring you here to the time of our independence they've moved the english out of the castle to the castle as of 2021 it's 351 years now 356 years as the aid of this one so this is just a small introduction 356. we build the strategizing bridge status they brought all these bricks from england to beyond it brought them to balance their ships to africa and they've been in space they didn't use the knight in a construction where there was no cement they used grounded sea shells lime powder and palm oil at the binding material they built this tractor on the rock the ticket picture everybody's originally a membership there you go is [Music] so this one [Music] but god were tired as some of the slaves were fighting abiding they wanted to go free themselves those were then identified and brought from the other side to this place so we call this place a strong road to the right we're not coming to 1974 university of ghana came to do right [Music] so when you move to the other side you wouldn't see the breasts you see something like this drops and that but that place has not been escalated [Music] they said they were christians and they got to church and they were anglicans and they preached in 1833 when it raised up i was done to signify the end of slip trade and when we go outside and hold this day i will show you right here you can see let me bring it from the darkness to this point where do we have our minds someone was sick and weak the sequence would be selected and sent to us to win with templars to allow this formula to go that was why they created this win so that this will help them to see the sickness sick because there was no light so this one's there there's also light to see where it's not strong it's not strong this is a challenge but the shrine wasn't here only that is when they look at me to their community so the british left they brought back in okay they brought together this one in 1974 doesn't mean that something like that the black's taken away the actual people didn't come back alive but now their descendants are coming from the u.s you come from jamaica brazil all america we're going to turn it in fact in fact that has been about [Music] it is just imagine now we have grapes here we have a grape separation from three this is foreign because fights couldn't pronounce our names prophecy we said this man his father went with the fighting so he was taken to england number three phillip thomas and william when he got to england the two died he survived the white stream as a school teacher and a pastor he came back to the country then grew this is a pastor and a teacher preaching an anglican church that same time blacks went down suffering a slaves he taught some year african children he worked for the british for the whole of his life and died october 17 18 16 87 because he worked for them that's why they very called c.e whitehead he was a soldier he died 18 to 38 years old until 2021 we don't know what's killed that man this is what george mcclain you know about names like maclean they are scottish names he came in 1830 as a governor so this man who came to close the time commander came he was going through level he came to block it he started a court at the top that come at me because slavery lasted in africa 400 years so that's they colonized ghana for 130 years so colonial time the capital was in cape town they moved to a car 1877 the same man was the architect of the bond of waiting for the show he stayed in the building 17 years then what killed mosquitoes mosquitoes finishing in 1847. he died from malaria for the sixties that is the wife of mcnair because he lays up to london she was the only white woman who came around during the entire period of the trick at two minutes she died himachal was coming but they came without a wife so for about six years michael wasn't good he'd have to visit the white so the wife came coming on to visit husband and she died in two months one school of thought said she was killed by malaria within two months the other one said because macri stayed longer making wasn't going to england again agree has gone in for an african woman called miss barnaman from a crowd so alexia came to heard of that story i heard of jayla's she took some poison and died the last one said that the woman damn actually was going out with the most beautiful one that one wanted to have mclean forever as a husband so well it's shocking the ghanaian woman posed as a servant then poisoned the teacher so that she'll get married to man so these are the three of us surrounded she died 1837 10 years brother husband 36 years old what do you think killed edition is so you can see some pipes defense this is where they monitor their movements this is the sea was coming they just closed that side and then this became the new entrance they created this as a new one instead of them [Music] they never brought their wife fully men killed and the men police stayed those along that time that was they ripped their sleeves but sometimes you want to know that someone went to fight jesus said no to rape them is [Music] [Music] so 150 each and this and women shouldn't have been taken as slaves because they needed more people to work for them and their friends in europe they took ourselves when they got there they went to give birth away man they go to toilets here they will relate at the end of the month the woman passed do menses that was done here did they allow them to bath they didn't clean their teeth for three months but upon all this they still break their name that's he brought into media he let her they wanted to do that because their wife should not see this when they come in the rooms come and enter this or that don't look through so now i'm afraid they'll give you a place to wash them they'll turn you to their bedroom they'll review they may have if you finish they bring you here some got pregnant at the time so when they're ready to go pregnant they were afraid they built a house for them american booster they kept saying that they give them everything when they give birth sometimes they free the manager and they take up their mother and baby after like 10 years we're going to take the light skinner before the mother will bring the mother here as a slave and he give birth [Music] having european last names like van dyke johnson crimson ferguson morrison branson thompson amazon [Music] is [Music] which was designed for one individual at a time so if they are like 20 they'll go through one after the other put them on boats here they're going to take them to the ships this was a staircase during the time of slave trade as a black person when you would lose your identity you lose your culture and respect everything most of the states were taken to north america united states like jamestown in virginia not the south carolinas and liverpool liverpool was the biggest slave level in the world of europe some of them went to bristol montgomery's trinidad and tobago including jamaica and was taken to brazil they passed away from brazil some brazilians are taking them to america east africa surrendering hate in other social passages in brazil we see the largest number of slaves and brazil is the second largest black population in the whole second century now going coming is symbolic it came 1998. there was a

ceremony in ghana called emancipation at it during that time skeletons have two sleeps they call them summer casts and madame chris that was him from new york and jamaica he brought the remains to our crowd [Music] making it in the future they went now with us on our side there that is why we are winning the door for 10 1986 years oh [Music] here one here two in the middle it would take me to one sec first locked second and third the white are going straight they will not give them food no water no light they need so many african americans by the 22nd august a group of blacks near 200. they came out ago the organization so after touring like this it was so emotional they decided to put in their names to show that they were here during the year return they raised celebrities in america and so we can take a picture probably move up to see the government this was where the bunch of 1844 kalapaka is also yes that was beautiful it sounded like the military base was supported by this campus we are shopping the rooms at the time the room today about time where residents from british cities in barracks this was a mess in the kitchen there's a cute to use so we are going to the government's residence government government residents so from to live okay you can see a fort [Music] lights but then there was no telephone of communication streaming signals [Music] this is the church the angry kind church this is the foundation of the castle questions 39 years old this is what is it 357 356. and that one is about 183 years older than this one so if you already have somebody 183 masa with 18 months is the oldest and biggest castle in africa was controlled by portuguese producing [Laughter] we just started building within 1665 but they built it in states it went through demolition and listening for the goddess we kept some thousands render slaves we are top of the men thousands you know when they're three hundred statues inside this is the youngest castle among them the oldest castle which is the second oldest or this bigger than the one in the crowd but christ three is older than this one this one has now been designated as a unesco heritage site of the 1979. now she toured the castle this new year this half evening brothers and the holy sister with us to be in everlasting memory of the suffrage of our ancestors we pray that they suddenly should rest in happiness amen also love to retention find their reach and they may never regret i repeat never again given that opportunity to commit such atrocities against his fellow humanity and is it at least thank you thank you guys the story i just said about this cape coast castle is so sad like i'm i'm literally crying my heart is bleeding i don't even want to imagine what this guy is going through let me not say too much please tell me for now thank you it's okay the level of weekend i feel i feel they have been i know it's been so long they're all going down how do you subject people this is such a level of pain how many thousands of people in yourself overwatch humans like you same flesh blood well it's in the past right and then somebody i'm getting emotional it's okay everybody get online right now right now [Music] bye

2021-03-14 08:24

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