The Destruction of Black Civilization

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The history of Black people is based solely on migrations. Despite what is depicted in books, the migrations were relatively small. After a hundred years, most groups were not more than 100 miles from their original location. The slow movements also apply to those who migrated farthest; eventually these migrations were accelerated by the institution of slavery. The now speedily tidal waves of Black people that stretched Africa came from the ancient Ethiopian Empire which was an area described to have great black concentration and the ?Land of the Blacks?, known as Sudan. Unfortunately, there were more refugees than there were areas to be settled, every area that was encountered on their journey was already settled by some other group that preceded them, sometimes by more than a couple of decades, centuries even. Among the traveling Africans, there were also non-Blacks that participated in their developments. Asian and Mulattos were the two ethnic groups that integrated themselves into African efforts and were truly loyal to the race.

At one point in ancient times, Caucasians regarded the Black race as the superior race. The Greeks were one of the first groups of white people to study African history. Along with The Greeks, there were other white people who were in love with the black race unlike others of the same race who made themselves seem genuine in black communities only to obtain domination and secure a position for future conquests. These Caucasians took part in every Black endeavor making them apart of the migrations as well as the culture. Often you hear about how African was assimilated into Western culture, but rarely how African heritage was used to improve or replace most western traditions. Africa?s influence on Western and Asian culture should be recognized. But like most ethnicity groups that...