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The Travel Tester vintage travel poster collection. It's time to get nostalgic with this week's retro destination: Vintage Travel Posters Cuba

Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from the Yoruba religion said to be the ocean, the essence of motherhood, and a protector of children. Blessed Mother

blackgirlphresh: Yemaya Afro-Cuban Goddess from...

Afro-Cuban Singer Daymé Arocena Channels Jazz & Santería In ‘Gods Of Yoruba’

Afro-Cuban Singer Daymé Arocena Channels Jazz & Santería In 'Gods Of Yoruba'

Ibrahim Ferrer, Cuban singer & musician of Afro-Cuban music. He performed with many musical groups including the Conjunto Sorpresa & Afro-Cuban All Stars. He was known stateside as the voice & member of the internationally successful, Grammy Award-winning Buena Vista Social Club (he is on its album cover. At  age 72 he won a Latin Grammy for Best New Artist and two years later, a Grammy, but couldn't enter the US. He has been called the Cuban Nat King Cole. R.I.P.

Ibrahim Ferrer, Afro-Cuban singer and musician from Cuba. He performed with many musical groups including the Conjunto Sorpresa and Afro-Cuban All Stars. He was known stateside as the voice and member of the internationally successful, Grammy Award winnin

Celia Cruz the salsa queen. This Afro-Cuban was a diva! She was the only Afro-Latina I knew while growing up and she embraced her curvy body, while she had everybody dancing their asses off!

Pinner said - Celia Cruz the salsa queen. This Afro-Cuban was a diva! She was the only Afro-Latina I knew while growing up and she embraced her curvy body, while she had everybody dancing their asses off!

Guillermo Moncada (1841-1895) was an Afro-Cuban military leader, and the  well-known Moncada Barracks, nicknamed “el gigante de ébano” (the ebony giant) and “Guillermón” (big Guillermo) was born in Santiago de Cuba at a time when Black slavery was still legal and widespread in the island. He is also renowned for killing Miguel Pérez y Céspedes, the most feared “rancheador” or professional fugitive slave hunter in eastern Cuba.

Guillermo Moncada (1841-1895) was an Afro-Cuban military leader, and the well-known Moncada Barracks, nicknamed “el gigante de ébano” (the ebony giant) and “Guillermón” (big Guillermo) was born in Santiago de Cuba at a time when Black slavery was still legal and widespread in the island. He is also renowned for killing Miguel Pérez y Céspedes, the most feared “rancheador” or professional fugitive slave hunter in eastern Cuba.

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