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The Negro and his God(1)

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The African Renaissance Channel

The‌ ‌Negro and his God(1)‌ ‌

The Negro is known for being religious. Religion however is different from the way of life and is actually an attempt by man to colonize to man. However in this video, we at the Renaissance looked at the Negro and his quest for God which he mistakes for the Almighty Creator of Heaven and Earth.

In this video we however examined the USA and Iran and their grandstanding which would be a distraction from the fight for Freedom of Negroes in Biafra and Ambazonia. We tried to show that since Iran(Persia) and the USA were both part of the slave trade, there is non better than the other.
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REFERENCES‌ ‌
Blake, W. O. (1860). The History of Slavery and the Slave Trade, Ancient and Modern.
Du Bois, W. (1935). Inter-Racial Implications of the Ethiopian Crisis: A Negro View. Foreign Affairs
N.A (1714) Atlas Geographus or, a Compleat System of Geography. Ancient and Modern, 4, 1711-1714
Snowden, F. (1948). The Negro in Ancient Greece. American Anthropologist, 50(1),
Sheil, L. M. L. W. (1856). Glimpses of Life and Manners in Persia: With Notes on Russia, Koords, Toorkomans, Nestorians, Khiva, and Persia (Vol. 1). Library of Alexandria.
Button, E(1754) A new Translation of The Persian Tales
Bertslet, E(1891) Treaties &c concluded Between Great Britain and Persia and between Persia and other Foreign Powers
Mayers, R(1919) God’s Dealings with the Negro

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