“The present inhabitants of the French part of St. Domingue shall pay … in five equal installments … the sum of 150,000,000 francs, destined to indemnify the former colonists.” Continue reading The Story of the Indemnification of Haiti
It seems way out of the world without a sight of the sea —in fact, more like some suburb of hell. Continue reading The Cuban Holocaust
The silver men that built the Panama Canal. Continue reading West Indians in Panama
“Columbus’s claim to fame isn’t that he got there first, it’s that he stayed.” Continue reading The Infamous Christopher Columbus
One of the first to take up his sword and lead his people to freedom, like so many after. Continue reading Tupac, The Revolutionary.
The holy trinity of certified religious documents that gave the approval of invasion, conquest, and the foundation of modern day slavery in Africa and the New World. Continue reading A Holy Trinity of Discovery Doctrines That Shaped The Modern World.
Little is known of the passengers of his three infamous ships, the Pinta, the Nina, and the Santa Maria. Better yet, we don’t know much about where the passengers originated from. Continue reading The Moorish Navigator
How could the daughter of a leader of a conquered land, fall for the conquerer himself? The conquerer who would go on to plunder, pillage, and even kill her very own father for the land that belonged to her people? Most know the story of the famous conquistador, Hernán Cortés, and his exploitation of the Aztec Empire, but many do not know that he had a child with the eldest daughter of Moctezuma II, the last leader of the Aztec Empire. Continue reading The Last Aztecan Princess