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Negro Divide - A Reply(2)

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Negro Divide - A Reply(2)

In this video, we at the Renaissance replied to a comment from a user who bought into the lie that the so called Nigerian army and the armies in West African today was created by a British Naval officer in 1863 and also that the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 did not contain anything on importation.of Negro slaves.

The video tried to also respond to a comment about our preferred use of Negroes instead of any other appellation to represent the Negroes as victims of the brutal trans-atlantic and trans-saharan slave trades between 1434 to circa 1900..

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