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Donald B. Eardley George
Donald B. Eardley George

United States

International Multicultural Education Coordinator at AMISTAD America - teaching the story of Sengbe Pieh and Amistad Incident of 1839


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Created: 19th Dec 2008
Modified: 4th Mar 2009
Professional Information
Employer:
AMISTAD America,Inc.
Position:
International Multicultural Education Coordinator
Working primarily in:
Sierra Leone

Biographical Information
Donald B. Eardley George
(At a Glance)
Date of Birth: May/31/1966
Gender: male
Website: http://www.ami...
Place of Origin: Sierra Leone

Donald B. Eardley George was brought to AMISTAD America, Inc. by the United States Church of Christ in 2004. George has been teaching the story of the Amistad Incident of 1839 to throngs of people throughout the United States, Canada and Bermuda. He is especially connected to the Amistad story because the Amistad captives were his own Sierra Leonean countrymen. George makes history a reality through his original storytelling and educational workshops.



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International Multicultural Education Coordinator at AMISTAD America - teaching the story of Sengbe Pieh and Amistad Incident of 1839

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Author: tesseymurphy
Fri Feb 19 12:34:17 2010

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Author: coker_victoria
Sun Jun 20 11:59:19 2010

The Amistad - slave ship

The first shipload of African captives to North America. The Amistad (meaning “Friendship” in Spanish) was Cuban slave ship that left Havana on June 27, 1839, bound for Puerto Principe, Cuba, carrying 49 African men and four children.

The ship was manned by Capt. Ramon Ferrer, two Spanish crewmen, a creole slave, a mulatto slave, and the slaves’ Spanish owners, Jose Ruiz and Pedro Montez.

Africa land that we love, lost approximately 50 million human beings to slavery and related deaths. Slave trade so profitable, had an additional 250,000 slaves imported illegally for… [Read Full Text]

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Fri Apr 1 02:35:23 2011

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