Genetic history: Searching for the African roots of Noir Marron communities

Sociology & Social Policy

Scientists have shown that members of Maroon communities in South America-- formed over four centuries ago by Africans who escaped slavery-- have remarkably preserved their African genetic heritage (98 percent). In contrast, the same cannot be said for African descendants from Brazil and Colombia.

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