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Believes and Knowledge for Negroes -A Reply_LE(1)

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Believes and Knowledge for Negroes -A Reply_LE(1)

The series Believes and Knowledge for Negroes -A Reply_LE(1) is a series on how the Negroes work more with what they believe, be it faith or anything else ahead of what they know. This video seeks to further expose that the slave master is behind the Indian and aborigine narrative to deny his atrocities on the Negroes as regards the slave trade.

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