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Reading Vs Listening for Negroes(1)

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The African Renaissance Channel

Reading Vs Listening for Negroes(1)

In this video, we at the Renaissance tried to examine the difference between Reading and Listening in the life of a Negro. It is common knowledge that the average Negro believes what is said ahead of what is read. This is why an average Negro could read that something happened a particular way, but is told something different and what is said is believed ahead of whatever was read.

The video tried to pose questions for our viewers by presenting some books and asking whether whatever is read is coming from the book, the author or our team. We also examined the ugle propaganda of Negroes being Indians and aborigine to the USA.


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REFERENCES

1. Reinsch, P. (1905). The Negro Race and European Civilization. American Journal of Sociology, 11(2), 145-167.
2. Forbes, J. D. (1993). Africans and Native Americans: The language of race and the evolution of red-black peoples. University of Illinois Press.
3. Park, M.(1799). Travels in the interior districts of Africa: performed under the Direction and Patronage of the African Association, in the years 1795, 1796, and 1797.
4. Kisch, M. S. (1910). Letters & Sketches from Northern Nigeria. Chatto & Windus.
5. Hodgson, W. B. (1844). Notes on Northern Africa, the Sahara and Soudan: In Relation to the Ethnography, Languages, History, Political and Social Condition, of the Nations of Those Countries. Wiley and Putnam.
6. Agaziem, C (2017) Illusions

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