The Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial, located at the City Dock in historic Annapolis, portrays in word and symbol the triumph of the human spirit in very difficult times and conveys Alex Haley’s vision for national racial reconciliation and healing.
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Oct 04, 2018 · Kunta Kinte Festival On the Saturday we were in town, there was a local Kunta Kinta festival going on at the dock. Several dozen popups, food, vendors, music
Pictures from the Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival in Annapolis on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018.
The Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival is a family‑oriented cultural celebration for all to enjoy live music and dance performances, world foods and artisan vendors, as …
According to research done by Alex Haley, Kunta Kinte was an African from The Gambian town of Jufferee. According to Haley family history he was sold into slavery in a town called “Naplis.” Haley’s research identified a slave ship, the Lord Ligonier, which salied from Gambia River, July 5, 1767, with 140 captured Gambians.
The Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival is a free, family-oriented cultural celebration for all to enjoy live music and dance performances, world foods and artisan vendors, …
About the Memorial The Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial is the only memorial in the country that commemorates the actual name and place of arrival of an enslaved African. The Memorial consists of three distinct areas: the Alex Haley sculpture group, Compass Rose, and Story Wall.
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