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The Yoruba Question -A Reply(1)

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The Yoruba Question- A Reply(1)

In this video, we at the Renaissance examined the origin of the so called Yarriba and now called Yoruba group West Africa. You may have in the past heard how the Yorubas were also sold during the slave trade and wondered how they could have been sold when there was nothing like Yoruba during the slave trade of between 1434 to circa 1900.

The video tried to examine the comments from our video on the Yoruba Question for Negroes, Parts 1 and 2. Some viewers who are likely of Dahomey or Oyo extraction posted comments in response to our videos and we responded to some of the comments in this video.

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You are welcome to support us and we thank you for your continued support
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You can also visit us at https://www.patreon.com/OurRenaissance


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1. Dennett, R. E. (2019). Nigerian Studies: The Religious and Political System of the Yoruba. Routledge.
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3. Agaziem, C.(2017) Illusions, A Mental slavery Emancipation Manual
4. Milligan, R. H. (1912). The fetish folk of West Africa. Fleming H. Revell Company.
5. Stone, R. H. (1900). In Afric's Forest and Jungle: Or, Six Years Among the Yorubans. Pickering & Inglis.
6. Johnson, S. (1921). The history of the Yorubas: From the earliest times to the beginning of the British protectorate.
7. Mockler-Ferryman, A. F. (1900). British West Africa: Its Rise and Progress. Swan Sonnenshein.
8. Hone, R. B. (1877). Seventeen Years in the Yoruba Country: memorials of Anna Hinderer. London: Religious Tract Society.
9. Burton, R. F. (1863). Wanderings in West Africa from Liverpool to Fernando Po (Vol. 1). Tinsley Brothers.

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