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Identity and Self Awareness for Negroes -A Reply_1(LE)

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Identity and Self Awareness for Negroes -A Reply_1(LE)

In this video, we continued to respond to comments and also to provide thought provoking points that Negroes can examine about who they are and what may be happening to them..
We also looked at the difference between a conditioned Negro and a free Negro and claims of being natives or aborigines to placed where their forefathers were forcibly enslaved.
In this Limited version of the Video, we replied also to comments we got from the claim that only 330,000 slaves could have been shipped to the Plantation today called the United States of America and in French - les États-Unis d'Amérique

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