Martinique women in their Creole dress celebrating their African Heritage Day.

Martinique women in their Creole dress celebrating their African Heritage Day.

Martinique women in their Creole dress celebrating their African Heritage Day.

 

Martinique women in their Creole dress celebrating their African Heritage Day. Though the nationality is European and the official language is French, the deep roots of the Creole culture of Martinique come directly from Africa. Birthplace of the concept of Négritude created by the island’s beloved poet and elder statesman. If you’re lucky enough to be in Martinique around Christmas, and fortunate enough to eat pwa d’angole, angola peas, this ritual meal will guarantee you even more luck for the upcoming year! And if that reminds you of the African American, and Southern U.S
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