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The history of People of African Descent (PAD) is a complex story in itself, and lies at the centre of the history of humanity.
This book recounts the multiple realities People of African Descent experience in Poland. The process of migration of PAD had been voluntary and devoid of duress because Poland had no colonies in Africa. Their rational choice for coming to Poland is mainly due to cheap education. Considering that majority of Africans coming to Poland wanted to pursue further education.
The African continent for a long time attracted the interest of Polish people who, in spite of their geographical position at the far East of Europe and their non involvement in colonial activities, have always been curious to know more about the distant and exotic to them, regions of the world. Their curiosity about Africa was satiated in the past hundred years or so by a number of scholars and journalists in the field and by travellers who wrote about their experiences.
The drama that surrounds PAD’s co-existence with Polish community is worth a discourse: the process of transformation that PAD undergoes during their quest for integration, adapting to their new society and still face a hostile environment. The agony that People of African Descent experience in the hands of a specific group is unquestionable.