Exhibition: "The history of Afro-Caribbeans in France" in Paris


The exhibition "L'histoire des Afro-Antillais en France" ("The history of Afro-Caribbeans in France") is an exhibition on 15 panels outside the gates of the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont in the 19th arrondissement, a district of Caribbean Paris. The exposition is based on the book, documentary and exposition la France Noire. The Exhibition in Paris will last until 11 November 2012.

(On the poster, a group of the Tirailleurs Senegalais, the West African Colonial French Army troops who fought during World War I.)


  1. This might be of great interest to Blacks, but Black history and post-colonialism has been coopted by whites, who use this subject to maintain status quo and stigmatise Blacks as slaves, and as inferior beings. They also use Black researchers to further this evil agenda, as these studies do not promote the liberation of white supremacy.

    Egmond Codfried
    Suriname Blue Blood Is Black Blood Museum

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