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Awakening for Negroes-A Reply-LE(2)

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Awakening for Negroes-A Reply-LE(2)


In this video, we continued to respond to comments around the possible number of Negro slaves exported to the plantation now called the United States of America. This is based on Prof Gates who cited the work of other Professors who clearly stated that their figures were estimates.
In this Limited version of the Video, we replied to comments we got from Part 1 of this same video which claimed that only 330,000 slaves could have been shipped to the Plantation today called the United States of America.
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