Once upon a time there was a girl named Sidney and she lived in Africa with her mom and brother.
This is where we go to school and learn about the 650 dialects of Bantu which is my ethnic group. Did you know that 70 million people speak Bantu based languages?
This is where we go to church. My family and I are Christians because one day some missionaries came to visit us and told us that Jesus saves so we put our trust in him. We go to church every Sunday and Wednesdays.
Every day while I'm in school, my mother walks 8 hours to get water for us to drink. We only get 2 gallons a day. This water is to drink, bathe in, cook with, and grow crops with.
Some of the Missionaries that came to us helped us build wells and spouts so we can be closer to water and won't get as many water borne diseases.
We, the Bantu people, held the largest migration of people in history. We started in Nigeria and then traveled all the way to South Africa. Along the way we shared our customs and beliefs to help our ethnic group spread across Africa.