(Done Paper) Imagine you are this individual standing in the “The Door of No Return.” Please provide a thoughtful reflection on this photograph. It may be in the form of prose or poetry.

(Done Paper) Imagine you are this individual standing in the “The Door of No Return.” Please provide a thoughtful reflection on this photograph. It may be in the form of prose or poetry.

Western African Kingdoms (Ghana,Mali and Songhay)
.Historically, “The Door of No Return” was the last view of Africa that enslaved African had as they embarked on the slave ships for the New World. In the photograph “The Door of No Return in the House of Slaves,” Higgins reinforces a sense of separation by foregrounding the silhouette of a young, black woman against the background of the seemingly mysterious, unending Atlantic Ocean. As a result, the door represents the “process and condition” of the African diaspora—the coerced transference of cultures, languages, and bodies from the Old World to the New.

Reflection: Imagine you are this individual standing in the “The Door of No Return.” Please provide a thoughtful reflection on this photograph. It may be in the form of prose or poetry.

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