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K.R. Sing en Karin Amatmoekrim

Uit de klei van Saramacca - Over Surinaamse roots en de geschiedenis

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vlnr K.R. Sing, Karin Amatmoekrim, Noraly Beyer - foto Bob Bronshoff (Amatmoekrim), Raul Neijhorst (Beyer)
vlnr K.R. Sing, Karin Amatmoekrim, Noraly Beyer - foto Bob Bronshoff (Amatmoekrim), Raul Neijhorst (Beyer)

K.R. Sing's Uit de klei van Saramacca tells a Surinamese-Hindustani family history and is the starting point for a conversation with writers K.R. Sing and Karin Amatmoekrim (ao Knipperleven, Unless the father). They both deschribe the history of Suriname from a Surinamese perspective. With Sing and Amatmoekrim, Noraly Beyer looks at the history of Suriname, in particular the region of Saramacca, where their two roots lie and investigates how the past resounds in the present, and how you are shaped by your roots and history.