Miss Lou (Louise Simone Bennett-Coverley) explains the retention of African language in Jamaica and its contribution to the development of contemporary Patois/Patwah.  Ghana is alive in Jamaica, Africa is alive in the diaspora.

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    And then for some cultural consciousness, oh wow! I couldn’t understand her for a while and then i listned carefully and...
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    You’re referring to Colonization in Reverse. Its really funny and truthful.
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    Same thing with Brazil. The have the EXACT same transitional customs but different names for it.