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“It became clear to me that the misunderstanding of Afro-Latinx religion was no coincidence; instead, the fear resulted from a period of African enslavement. The rejection originated in colonial times, which produced a system of racial discrimination toward anything African.”

For centuries, Afro-Latinx people have upheld the traditions that have long been misunderstood. In an essay outlining the history of Afro-Latinx religions, the Ernesto Gamboa Project reminds readers…

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