The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-FE(2)This is the Full Edition of the video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes(2) showing that Friends of those how hated, captured and sold the Negroes as slaves are also Enemies to the Negroes.It also examined the role of the British in the slave trade and the Freedom struggles in Biafra and Ambazonia today. Full Videos can be found on odyssey.com and Crystalviews.net For those that have supported us, we say thank youYou are welcome to support us at https://www.paypal.me/OurRenaissance https://bit.ly/2OxCtF8 or at https://www.patreon.com/OurRenaissanceFor those that have supported us, we say thank youREFERENCESN.A(1851) An Exposition on the African slave tradeBenezet, A. (1771). Some Historical Accounts of Guinea. Applewood Books.Hurd, W. (1813) A New Universal History of the Religious Rites. Ceremonies, and Customs of the. Whole WorldWoodson, C. G. (1917). Slavery and the slave trade in Africa. The Journal of Negro History Vol IIShaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.Postlethwayt, M. (1747). The national and private advantages of the African trade considered: being an enquiry, how far it concerns the trading interest of Great Britain, effectually to support and maintain forts and settlements in Africa; belonging to the Royal African Company of England. London: John and Paul Knapton.Benezet, A. (1771). Some Historical Account of Guinea, Its Situation, Produce and General disposition of its inhabitants with an Inquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Slave trade, its Nature and lamentable Effects. - Education - 618TheRenaissance

The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-FE(2)

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The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-FE(2)
This is the Full Edition of the video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes(2) showing that Friends of those how hated, captured and sold the Negroes as slaves are also Enemies to the Negroes.
It also examined the role of the British in the slave trade and the Freedom struggles in Biafra and Ambazonia today.
Full Videos can be found on odyssey.com and Crystalviews.net
For those that have supported us, we say thank you
You are welcome to support us at https://www.paypal.me/OurRenaissance https://bit.ly/2OxCtF8 or at https://www.patreon.com/OurRenaissance
For those that have supported us, we say thank you

REFERENCES
N.A(1851) An Exposition on the African slave trade
Benezet, A. (1771). Some Historical Accounts of Guinea. Applewood Books.
Hurd, W. (1813) A New Universal History of the Religious Rites. Ceremonies, and Customs of the. Whole World
Woodson, C. G. (1917). Slavery and the slave trade in Africa. The Journal of Negro History Vol II
Shaw, F. L. (1905). Tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the Western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of Northern Nigeria.
Postlethwayt, M. (1747). The national and private advantages of the African trade considered: being an enquiry, how far it concerns the trading interest of Great Britain, effectually to support and maintain forts and settlements in Africa; belonging to the Royal African Company of England. London: John and Paul Knapton.
Benezet, A. (1771). Some Historical Account of Guinea, Its Situation, Produce and General disposition of its inhabitants with an Inquiry into the Rise and Progress of the Slave trade, its Nature and lamentable Effects.

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