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Identity and Self Awareness for Negroes -A Reply_2(LE)

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Identity and Self Awareness for Negroes -A Reply_2(LE)
In this video, we continued to respond to comments and also to provide thought provoking points that Negroes can examine about who they are and what may be happening to them..
We also looked at the difference between a conditioned Negro and a free Negro and claims of being natives or aborigines to places where their forefathers were forcibly enslaved.
In this Limited version of the Video, we replied also to comments we got from the claim that slave voyages contains genuine records of slaves who were shipped during the slave trade.

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Baikie, W. B. (1856). Narrative of an exploring voyage up the Rivers Kwora and Binue, in 1854. Murray.
Thomas, N. W. (1913). Anthropological Report on the Ibo-speaking Peoples of Nigeria: English-Ibo and Ibo-English dictionary. Harrison and Sons.
Holy Ghost Fathers. (1904). English, Ibo and French Dictionary. Missionary Printing-Office of the Sodality of St. Peter Claver.
Bosman, W. (1705). A new and accurate description of the coast of Guinea, divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts. Sir Alfred Jones.
Blake, W. O. (1861). The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Ancient and Modern. H. Miller.
Macgregor, J. K. (1909). Some Notes on Nsibidi. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 39, 209-219.
Dayrell, E. (1911). Further Notes on'Nsibidi Signs with Their Meanings from the Ikom District, Southern Nigeria. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 41, 521-540.
www.slavevoyages.org

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