The Gambia Art & Culture

The Gambia Art & Culture

The Gambia Art & Culture


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  1. The African history or culture specially the culture of Gambia is very beautiful ..a lot people do not know but if you know you will see how interesting and beautiful all is I give my ❤️for this country and kind👍💋

  2. Steve Harvey in a Ghana.
    Africa listen becareful, Steve is fake He’s working as a SPY for is country. Infact alot of the us entertainers who are showing up, some of them have real intension and sadly some of them are SPY’S.(treat them as spy until proven not to be a spy, check their history).
    Steve Harvey history: wode Maya spread the awareness of spy’s coming to Africa in the form of black skin (it’s a new tactics).
    Wode I leave this responsibility with you bro tell Ghanaian and others what Steve Harvey said about the slave trade on his TV show to his white masters children.
    Basically "the slavery is the pass, and if a black person brings up the slavery conversation you should ignore them and walk away very fast", he claimed what the white European did to black should never be brought up again; Said by Steve Harvey fake cry cry baby.

  3. Wode Maya! Man, you inspire me sooooo much to learn more about my African heritage. I learned more from you and others on Youtube (like Dynast Amir and Dr. Mumbi) about my African heritage than I ever did in my whole 29 years of age in America. Americahas an agenda to keep us unknowledgable and uninterested about our African roots. Time to build bridges!

  4. Dear Wode, I want to invite you on a radio talk show on Home Digital fm. Can you kindly link me by calling me on 3699555

  5. Brother Wode Maya, I am proud of you. Much love from your African American/Diasporan African brother from Long Beach, Cali.

  6. Absolutely Amazing Africans Artifacts and Arts. Africans are very intelligent and interested. I know why we are hated and jealous on we are the beginning originals, designers, survivors and moreover. 😘Africa

  7. What amazes Motherland is so deep and rich Wode Maya and his team are learning about the history of various countries too. Maya the Ghanaian Son of Africa 🙂

    where is the link to follow the brother

  8. Great displays…however, need to apologize for neg. comment on boy’s name at beginning…an unintended“Mistake!”

  9. Well done bro… I just also started on a journey back to Africa in my heart and mind. I am working In Australia bt already actively involved in the culture of Africa through music, reading and films. Already planning my African itenary hopefully next year 😁

  10. Wode Maya you are doing amazing work. You have no idea the great impact you are having on us. Keep showing the beautiful culture of our beloved continent. Thank you. Aya Maya.

    Another important instrument throughout Africa is the Kora.

  11. Great Job Maya…..Thanks for reprogramming the worlds mind about Africa…..i stay here in The Gambia with the Orangedreams/Orangepage foundation….welcome once again to the smiling coast.

  12. Great exchanges in informing of the various African musical instrument and masquerade clothing. In particular to the masquerade clothing is very reminiscent of the Jon Konnoo of Jamaica. Amusing though were the children’s smiles in the beginning. However, may I just say even though it was not mention too often, is to stop referring our peoples by the word "tribe or tribes." In the addressing of the various communities of people, the proper usage came out like Wolof community or Wolof people instead of " Wolof Tribe" for that matter. The reason, I say this is the fact that I never hear the Colonizers who had applied the name "Tribe/ Tribes" using the same term in reference to their kind (people) like for examples the Welsh Tribe, the English Tribe, the Dutch Tribe and so on. It is time we stop doing that to ourselves. In Jamaica where I grew up I was at odds with my own for accepting the same terms.
    Very educative though what was learnt during this exposure here. Blessings and more🙏🏿. One love 💖.

  13. Why Africans have such aggressive features, honestly I’m terrified of these people and than they trynna mix with black Americans we don’t need these Africans

  14. Wode Maya , I like the guide who is explaining to us the Art and Culture of The Gambia, especially when he referred to Wolof as an *ethnic group* or *community* in favor of the common derogatory term we hear all the time pertaining to Africans or *"primitive"* people, supposedly… I am talking about *tribe* … a loaded code word to mean *primitive or sub human people!* That’s why there are no *European "tribes"* for instance. Have you ever wondered why?

    However, at 3:32 I cringed when he referred to Mandinka language as Mandinka dialect. If that is true, then what language is Mandinka a dialect of? The colonial brainwashing about African languages as mere *dialects* is still widely prevalent in West Africa. To all the colonizers and all our brainwashed African brothers and sisters out there I dare say: *Yes, African languages* did exist before the colonizers came to Africa, and they still do exist even today.

    Now what is a dialect? I will give you an example: Patwa (Jamaica), Ebonics (African-American) and Pidgin (Nigeria) are more of dialects of English rather than stand alone languages just as Afrikaans (South Africa) is a dialect of Dutch (The Netherlands).

  15. I’m a fula 🇬🇲 and I don’t even know our culture and some of our traditions, A big thanks to you Maya, I’m a Gambian who stay in Italy for 7 good years, but you have helped me to know some of my traditions that I never know before and there names, After 7 years without going back to my country now you really inspired me to go back to my country, Mama Africa, There is know place like home, Peace and love #AfricaToTheWorld ❤️

  16. I still see people disliking this video but why is unknown to me🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿

  17. How many such museums are there in the Gambia? This building looks so new. Are there more established museums that holds the historical documents and artefact about The Gambia?

  18. Loving you more bro, for visiting my country, we love you too, The Gambia is the most peaceful country in the world feel home cuz you are save😍✅💪🏿🇬🇲

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