Description Of Restoration Center Headquarters For Africa To Built In Mongu By The African American Homecoming Team-Access Full Details Below
DESCRIPTION OF THE MULTI-MILLION DOLLARS STATE OF THE ART RESTORATION CENTER HEADQUARTERS FOR AFRICA TO BUILT IN MONGU BY THE AFRICAN AMERICAN HOMECOMING TEAM
The African-American Homecoming team have disclosed to Barotseland Broadcasting Network (BBN) that the Africa Homecoming Center (Restoration Center) that is to be built in Mongu will be one-of-a-kind of a genealogy, cultural heritage tourism, business and world-class conference facility.
The Center will be a facility where African Americans can reconnect to the Continent and renew lost ties severed as a result of the transatlantic slave trade.
The focus areas of Center will be tourism, cultural heritage reconnection, business and education. One of the proposed initiatives that will be housed is the DNA testing program, made available to people who had enslaved ancestors who were part of the transatlantic slave trade and a genealogy research center to help people of all ethnic backgrounds to connect with their family heritage.
Inside the center there will be rooms for organizations, local and from around the world to host conferences, and conventions, business meetings, trade shows, entertainment, banquets, etc.
Various rooms will include, but are not be limited to:
♦ Executive Suites and Office Space
♦ World Class Multimedia Conference Center
♦ Business Commerce Center
♦ Gift shop and Food Court
♦ History Gallery
♦ Educational Wing/Computer lab
♦ Recreation Center
♦ Multipurpose Banquet Hall
Phase 1 of the Center will be the History Gallery, Business Commerce Center/Office Space, Auditorium, Multimedia Conference Center, Educational Wing/Computer Lab and Gift Shop/Food Court, with a target completion date of TBD. The remaining phases (2 and 3) will consist of multipurpose banquet facility and recreation center.
THE WALL OF RETURN PROJECT
There will be an additional project at center to be called ‘The Wall of Return), The Wall of Return Project is the DRS’ answer to the “Door of No Return” that was part of many slave ports and castles on the West Coast of Africa. Enslaved African ancestors walked through these doors when they were captured and placed on slave ships for the journey to the Americas, with many never knowing they would not return to their homeland. The Wall of Return is a way to honor the memory of our ancestors and their family’s symbolic return back home to Africa, completed a journey of over 400 years for many families.
There will be walls for engraved name lines located in the History Gallery , Business Commerce and Nonprofit/Educational wings of the Center. Outside walls for engraved name line will also be located on the grounds surrounding the Center, in a garden-like setting. The third option for displaying names will be an electronic signage book with names continuously scrolling for those who choose this method of reconnecting to Africa or honoring the memory of their ancestors.
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