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Understanding the Opponent for Negroes(1)

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The African Renaissance Channel

Understanding the Opponent for Negroes(1)

In this video, we at the Renaissance try to examine the Opponents and why it is important for Negroes to understudy and Understand who the opponent is. The issue of the dynamic identity of the group previously called Ethiopians, later Gromettas, then Negroes, then Blacks and now African Americans.

We also examined the new identity planned for the Negroes which is “Aborigenes and currently being propagated by one Dane Calloway. It also shows how the slave masters used Jesse Jackson in the 80’s to change the Negro identity to African Americans.

Although not covered in this part, the need to understudy and understand the opponent, what the opponent knows about him(the Negroes),what the opponent thinks and has planned for him(The Negroes).

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REFERENCES

Martin, B. (1991). From Negro to Black to African American: The Power of Names and Naming. Political Science Quarterly, 106(1), 83-107. doi:10.2307/2152175
Woodson, C. G.(1919). The Journal of Negro History. Association for the Study of Negro Life and History.
Blake, W. O. (1857). The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Ancient and Modern: The Forms of Slavery that Prevailed in Ancient Nations, Particularly in Greece and Rome. The African Slave Trade and the Political History of Slavery in the United States. Compiled from Authentic Materials.

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