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Blackamoors

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Submitted by John Knight III (United States), Feb 2, 2009 at 21:48

This is good knowledge and about time the truth be told about the these people of Africa. Let me give you a European view of what it would be like to travel in Africa and over look the great Moors. We are not warmer if we pass by the great hearth of life , and stay not at it ? those which do only travel through Africa become not Blackamoors.

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