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Asking how, what and why for Negroes-A Reply_LE(1)

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Asking how, what and why for Negroes-A Reply_LE(1)


The Slave Master, the Slave hunter and the Slave_LE(1) is the limited version of our response video to some comments received from our last video. It's also part of our series to get the Negroes to ask relevant questions about their history, who they are, who they were and what could be happening to them.It is aimed at getting the Negroes to stop believing but instead start knowing.
Please note that aside from Youtube censorship we were on Patreon to reduce the distraction from the descendants of the slave hunters as they appear to watch our videos more than the Negroes for whom the videos are made.

The Full Versions of the Video will be available on the following platforms
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www.crystalviews.net

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Woodson, C. (1949). ABYSSINIA (Concluded). Negro History Bulletin, 12(4), 89-92. Retrieved September 14, 2020

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