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Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes LE(2)

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Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition of our video, Poverty and Wars in Africa for Negroes(2) which examines how the poverty and hunger in Africa are created by the slave master and his slave hunting accomplices. The videos shows how the slave trade is still sustained by the slave master and his accomplices in African today.
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