Our overseas Kongo brothers and sisters (West Indies, Caribbean and South America)

Kongo descendants settled all over the world: Brazil, Cuba, Chile, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Martinique, etc ... Without knowing it, many West Indians and peoples of South America are descendants of the Bena Kongo, the daughters and sons of the Kongo. Deported during the slave trade organized by the various European countries from the 14th century (Portugal, Spain, France, England, the Germanic countries etc ...
Under these circumstances, there are traces of Kongo culture, religion and language in the Americas. Thus, we find in Haiti, Cuba, Martinique and Brazil irrefutable proof of the presence of the Bakongo. The Bakongo bequeathed the Kikongo which is hidden in the Creole language which is spoken in Haiti, Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guyana. They bequeathed ritual dances, secrets of medicinal plants, the musical rhythm of the sound of the drum, and sacred rituals in the voodoo religion.
For example, in Haiti, there are many words from the Kikongo language found in Creole also spoken in various territories of the Antilles.

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