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Overview: Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade - Michael Imhotep Class

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We are doing an Online Class and you can here it on BlogTalkRadio or Register and see our presentation at the link below.

FREE LIVE WEBINAR, Thurs. April 6th, 2017 6pm-7pm EST.  This is a FREE Introduction to the 8 hour course on this subject. The 8 Hour course starts on Friday, April 7th, 7pm-9pm EST.  The remaining Sessions are on Thursdays starting on April 13th, 20th, 27th, 2017, 7pm-9pm.  Register here https://theafricanhistorynetworkschool.learnworlds.com/author/course?courseid=s2overviewunderstandingthetransatlanticslavetrade.

When we discuss the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade we have to first understand that African people are the Indigenous people of North, Central & South America & have been in the U.S. at least 51,700 years. We can’t start studying our history in SLAVERY. Even when we study the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, which is important to study, we can’t start in 1619 or in the 1440s when the Portuguese get involved. We have to understand the history chronologically and deal with the 800 year occupation of the Africans known as the Moors who enter into the Iberian Peninsula, today known as Spain and Portugal, from North Africa in 711A.D.

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