An excursion to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture sent off columnist Tara Roberts on an excursion into the profundities of the waters to recount the account of a gathering of Black scuba jumpers looking for lost slave ships.무료성인야동
Roberts, the primary Black pilgrim and narrator on the cover on National Geographic, followed the scuba jumping group at Diving With a Purpose on their mission to report and distinguish submerged slave wrecks all over the planet.
“There’s something shockingly mending regarding this work. I know a many individuals that think, ‘Gracious, it’s slave wrecks, that is truly tragic work.’ I didn’t view it as pitiful work,” she told “GMA.” “There’s miserable notes within it, but on the other hand there’s strengthening.”
Roberts said that she found out with regards to Diving With a Purpose after a visit to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., where a photograph of a gathering of Black ladies in wetsuits on a boat grabbed her eye.
“Some portion of their main goal was to look for and assist with archiving slave wrecks all over the planet. What’s more I was like, ‘What? What? Individuals that seem as though me are doing this sort of work?'” she said. “It prodded some stuff within me.”
Roberts said that the jumpers are not “really researchers or history specialists” and incorporate yoga instructors, cops, structural designers and understudies who are focused on the mission.