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The slave trade Institutionalized for Negroes-A reply_LE(1)

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The slave trade Institutionalized for Negroes-A reply_FE(1)
This is the Full Edition(FE) of our response video on a comment we received from the slave trade institutionalized for Negroes Part 1 . The comment tried to defend the slave masters propagandist called Dane Calloway being used to replay the slave masters age long game of changing the Negro identity every few years. Recall that the slave master had changed from Ethiopia to Negroes and then black and in 1988 changed to Africans and African Americans and today trying to change their identity again using a mulatto going by the name Dane Calloway and an Indian named Kurimeo Ahau.
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