Muted Stories of Nobleness: A Compilation of (not often remembered) Noble Men and Women from Multiple Societies that played key roles in Political Activism, Development, Emancipation, and Nation Building.

Click here to see outcome of this travel projectMuted Stories of Nobleness: A Compilation of (not often remembered) Noble Men and Women from Multiple Societies that played key roles in Political Activism, Development, Emancipation, and Nation Building.

Based on a virtual tour of multiple societies the world over; Focus is on key achievements and a quest for rationale on why key players get forgotten or somewhat downplayed in the annals of history; capped with an '11 day’ participatory & exploratory tour of Nigeria and Ghana by ‘Travel-Learn’ Participants Often, history books and archival materials are filled with several key players in nation emergence, development and service. In some cases, these players have had their roles either downplayed or totally muted.

Ironically, some of the bigger players could not have had it done without the rather muted characters in play. Our approach to realizing this exercise relies on historians at country levels, available archival materials and questionnaires at community levels.

After due process is followed to ensure that the selected names from several societies are actually in line with the objectives at hand, we get them profiled, assembling a mechanism to help determine the uniqueness of roles they played in their respective societies; weighed against the erstwhile levels of historical capture.

The final phase of this travel learn program is slated for Ghana and Nigeria, two neighboring West African Nations; the former being the first African country to gain independence from colonial powers, and the latter being the most populous country in Africa, often referred to as the 'Giant of Africa'.