‘It’s deeper than slavery’: Lisbon street project reclaims Portugal’s unseen black history | The Guardian

“Since the start of the year, the Batoto Yetu association, a Swahili name meaning ‘our children,’ has been … installing a series of 20 plaques across Lisbon that aim to reclaim the city’s African history,” according to The Guardian.

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