Tracing roots back to Africa

Isaiah Washington examines a boy's cut in Ngalu village, Sierra Leone, in West Africa. The actor founded the Gondobay Manga Foundation, inspired by his discovery of his direct genetic link to the Mende people of Sierra Leone. Washington traveled to West Africa in May 2006 with a team that included a doctor, an architect and his own documentary film crew.
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( Gondobay Manga Foundation / May 28, 2006 )

Isaiah Washington examines a boy's cut in Ngalu village, Sierra Leone, in West Africa. The actor founded the Gondobay Manga Foundation, inspired by his discovery of his direct genetic link to the Mende people of Sierra Leone. Washington traveled to West Africa in May 2006 with a team that included a doctor, an architect and his own documentary film crew.

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