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Author:

 

N.L. Taylor


Report:

 

Newsletter 4


Page:

 

0


Year:

 

2020



Excerpt:

 

Two statues draw our attention to the subject of slavery today: one represents a massive woman, Queen
Njinga, seen standing proudly on a pedestal, in Linaxixe square, in Luanda, Angola. The second, closer
to home, represents Bernardo de Sá Nogueira de Figueiredo, the first Marquess de Sá da Bandeira. As
for the Living Legend, read the article and you shall discover more.

 

The article can be downloaded here.

 




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