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The Negro Appellation - A Reply(1)

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The Negro Appellation - A Reply(1)

In this video, we at the Renaissance replied to a comment from a viewer who not ONLY bought into the lie that the so called Nigerian army and the armies in West African today were created by a British Naval officer in 1863 but that the slave trade was where one man could kidnap another and carry him to a place for sale about a month’s journey away.

The video tried to also respond to a comment about how only 330,000 Negroes were imported from African during the slave trade. In addition, we looked at the changes like how Ghana changed from being near Sokoto to replacing the Gold Coast in the 50’s.

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