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The bastardization of African American indigenous Spiritual Systems.

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BTR Show Monday, November 18th 2013

The bastardization of African American indigenous spiritual knowledge and systems.

BTR Show Monday, November 18th 2013

The bastardization of African American indigenous spiritual knowledge and systems. Even in the presence of decades of authors, study and research, African Americans are still assumed to have only shared and borrowed history and lineage in spirituality and religion. We not face a growing movement of Western infused anti relioucity. 

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