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Structured Slavery for Negroes (1)

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Structured Slavery for Negroes (1)

In this series, we at the Renaissance try to examine how Slavery and Slave trade is structured against the Negroes today. We examined all the avenues used by the Slavemaster and his brainless Foot soldiers to enslave the Negroes. It also examines the new Aborigine Wannabe deception tool of “Do the Research” even when they themselves did not do any research but concocted their aborigine narrative.

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