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The Game of Numbers for Negroes - A Reply(1)

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The Game of Numbers for Negroes - A Reply(1)

This Video series is a response to a comment we got from our Yoruba question videos.

So, in this video, we looked at the fact how a Negro or Negroid Professor justified the appellation Yoruba given to some Negrom groups by the slave masters. The video examines how the slave masters gave the so called Yorubas today, the name Yarriba circa 1808.

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