Félix Ayoh’OMIDIRE is the Director of the Institute of Cultural Studies at the University of Ilé-Ifẹ̀. He studies the Yorùbá influence in the Afro-Latin diaspora. Read an exciting interview!
Dasalu was a Yorùbá from Abẹ́òkuta sold into slavery around 1850. With returning Lukumí he could send a letter and later returned to Africa. A portrait of the Trans-Atlantic Yorùbá network.
We met Thomas Altmann, musician, babalawo and author of “Cantos Lucumí a los Orichas”, for an extensive interview about Santería, ritual music and his work dedicated to the Yorùbá religion.
The profit made by selling all the Oshun T-shirts will be donated to the Susanne Wenger Foundation for saving the heritage of Adunni Olorisa at the Sacred Oshun Grove in Osogbo, Nigeria. Buying a T-shirt supports Yoruba culture.