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THE TRUTH How Africans Fought against Slavery from Their

Contrary to the popular belief how Africans sold their people into captivity just like that as if they were selling common native commodities to foreign intrapreneurs only that these were their own people To celebrate Black History Month this book narrates the stories of how local Africans women men and children and their leaders fought the war against slavery and the colonial rule in Africa though the focus is mostly on slavery The author takes the reader on a journey to Africa to see African women fight European men on the battlefield This battle continued on the Ocean as the kidnapped Africans sailed towards the slave land where the war continued until slavery was abolished Moreover the writer introduces the African System that made slavery unnecessary in Atlantic African civilisation including African Way of Life and mentality It was a System Africans devised to help them meet their social and economic needs in life and to liveharmoniously with one another than people from other parts of the world until they were invaded The book also highlights the contradictory discourse on world slavery as the same historian scholars argue that like the rest of the world Africa had a slave economy but then they go onto admitting that slavery in Africa was unnecessary and Africans did not encourage a slave trade to develope Finally a percentage of the profit from this book will go to a charity called Croydon Supplementary Education Project CSEP which is a supplementary school supporting 150 black children from the ages of 4 to 16 years oldContrary to the popular belief how Africans sold their people into captivity just like that as if they were selling common native commodities to foreign intrapreneurs only that these were their own people To celebrate Black History Month this book narrates the stories of how local Africans women men and children and their leaders fought the war against slavery and the colonial rule in Africa though the focus is mostly on slavery The author takes the reader on a journey to Africa to see African women fight European men on the battlefield This battle continued on the Ocean as the kidnapped Africans sailed towards the slave land where the war continued until slavery was abolished Moreover the writer introduces the African System that made slavery unnecessary in Atlantic African civilisation including African Way of Life and mentality It was a System Africans devised to help them meet their social and economic needs in life and to liveharmoniously with one another than people from other parts of the world until they were invaded The book also highlights the contradictory discourse on world slavery as the same historian scholars argue that like the rest of the world Africa had a slave economy but then they go onto admitting that slavery in Africa was unnecessary and Africans did not encourage a slave trade to develope Finally a percentage of the profit from this book will go to a charity called Croydon Supplementary Education Project CSEP which is a supplementary school supporting 150 black children from the ages of 4 to 16 years oldContrary to the popular belief how Africans sold their people into captivity just like that as if they were selling common native commodities to foreign intrapreneurs only that these were their own people To celebrate Black History Month this book narrates the stories of how local Africans women men and children and their leaders fought the war against slavery and the colonial rule in Africa though the focus is mostly on slavery The author takes the reader on a journey to Africa to see African women fight European men on the battlefield This battle continued on the Ocean as the kidnapped Africans sailed towards the slave land where the war continued until slavery was abolished Moreover the writer introduces the African System that made slavery unnecessary in Atlantic African civilisation including African Way of Life and mentality It was a System Africans devised to help them meet their social and economic needs in life and to liveharmoniously with one another than people from other parts of the world until they were invaded The book also highlights the contradictory discourse on world slavery as the same historian scholars argue that like the rest of the world Africa had a slave economy but then they go onto admitting that slavery in Africa was unnecessary and Africans did not encourage a slave trade to develope Finally a percentage of the profit from this book will go to a charity called Croydon Supplementary Education Project CSEP which is a supplementary school supporting 150 black children from the ages of 4 to 16 years old