"...This is my expression of aspects of my history. The wondering, the questioning... the recognition of humanness... the anger... the raw emotion the pain the loss of name language religion identity and culture... the strength that has survived all this to recreate and rebuild... the spirit that remains indomitable... The pictures also reflect a part of my history, as they are snapshots of Ghana and Senegal, which were popular slave trading areas. The peoples in these countries seem today to know little of our shared ancestry, often expressing surprise at the similarities between themselves and Caribbean people. But that is not surprising, as we need to remember that no one wrote home."
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Carol (who also bears the sacred name Fofie) was born in Portland, Jamaica. The first of six children, she is a searcher and a wanderer who enjoys folk singing, reading, karate, gardening, hiking, conversation, music and life. With no favourite colour, Carol writes as a hobby, believes in the existence of a divine creator and the essential goodness of humankind.
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