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Slavery and Institutions for Negroes-FE(2)

10 Mar 2021·Education·1:14:21

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Slavery and Institutions for Negroes-FE(2)

Slavery and Institutions for Negroes- is the Full version of our series that seeks to show the relationship between Negro Slavery and the institutions established in what was Negroland and Guinea. This video goes on to show how the slave master and his slave hunting partners worked together especially during the lockdown to plant his foot soldiers in the Southern part of Nigeria.
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