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"Christopher Columbus & The African Holocaust" & "The History of Halloween" 3Hrs (Digital Download)
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(DIGITAL DOWNLOAD)  African people are the Indigenous People of North America and came here at least 51,700 years ago. About 70% of the people Cristobol Colon (Christopher Columbus) encountered on his 4 voyages in the Caribbean, Central and South America were Africans. It was the Voyages of Columbus that helped to usher in the exploitation of the Indigenous people including African people and laid the foundation for Slavery, Racism and Capitalism. We also deal with some of the history of the Moors in Europe.


Halloween is celebrated by approximately 158 million Americans who spend $7-$8 Billion per year on costumes, candy, decorations, etc. Topics discussed in this presentation include: - Where does the Holiday come from? - Why do people dress up in costumes? - What does the Black Cat, Witches and Jack-O-Lanterns have to do with All Hallow’s Eve? - Is this a holiday that is positive or negative for African-Americans? (This presentation is in DIGITAL DOWNLOAD format)  Upon purchase you will be automatically be emailed the download links which will be good for 48 hours.  Once you download the videos they are yours to keep.  Click here to order the DVD version of the lecture.

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