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The Golden Calf for Negroes(2)

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The Golden Calf for Negroes(2)

In this series, we at the Renaissance continue to examine the idea that the slave master brought civilization or salvation to the Negroes through their religions.
We tried to show that the Slave master brought a Golden Calf or counterfeit of the Almighty Creator of Heaven and Earth to the Negroes. Please watch the video and remember to leave comments.

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