The Untold Story of The Ndyuka People of Suriname
Hello, my name is Daniel Domini and I am raising funds to do a movie on the Ndyuka people of Suriname. The Ndyuka story has been written or told by the point of view of non-Ndyukas in the past, and who is better to tell the Ndyuka story than the Ndyuka himself. As a Ndyuka, I’m not only going to tell this story in a book form, but also in a movie form. My production team and I will do a 12-episode film on the Ndyuka story. We need your financial contribution to make this dream come true. Please make a donation on this platform and we will greatly appreciate it.
Ndyuka Land reveals the untold story of the runaway and self-emancipated Africans in Suriname, called the Ndyuka /ənˈdʒuːkə/. The Ndyuka people represent a unique group of Maroons in Suriname. The Maroons of
Suriname are the only surviving, culturally and politically autonomous, Maroon community in the world. They are the ones who have preserved the most distinctive African culture, identity, and traditions, outside of Africa.