University of the Virgin Islands Professor Gene Emanuel shares our African history and pride at the Catherineberg Sugar Mill Ruins on St. John, United Virgin Islands. He explains to local youth from various islands how the Ancient Pyramids of Kemet have been preserved greatly due to temperature as a comparison to the similar functional architectural design of these Sugar Mills. ("United Virgin Islands" is a phrase we used to highlight the genealogical and socio-spiritual connection between the American and British Virgin Islands and our people.)
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FORTSBERG1733 Historic Commemoration Tour on St. John, VI_Our African Architecture Part 2
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