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The Brightness of Darkness Of An African: Knowing the Past, Living the Present, and Hoping for the Future

The Brightness of Darkness Of An African: Knowing the Past, Living the Present, and Hoping for the Future

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Lunghezza: 138 pagine1 ora

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The Brightness of Darkness of an African is a continuous story of the Unknown of the Known in Africa. Chungu unveils the roots and stems of racism in our societies. He does a research in both the Republic of South Africa and in the United States of America. He compare the two countries and their treatments toward other races. Research shows racism is a problem all over the world. The Brightness of Darkness of an African, brings back the gunuine perspective of uniting all people regardless of their race, background, and experiences. Above all, it shows the brighter side of Africans, not being judged of their skin's colour. All peoples should unite; and if we can't, then we're all born to suffer.
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The Brightness of Darkness Of An African: Knowing the Past, Living the Present, and Hoping for the Future

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The Brightness of Darkness Of An African: Knowing the Past, Living the Present, and Hoping for the Future

Lunghezza: 138 pagine1 ora

Descrizione

The Brightness of Darkness of an African is a continuous story of the Unknown of the Known in Africa. Chungu unveils the roots and stems of racism in our societies. He does a research in both the Republic of South Africa and in the United States of America. He compare the two countries and their treatments toward other races. Research shows racism is a problem all over the world. The Brightness of Darkness of an African, brings back the gunuine perspective of uniting all people regardless of their race, background, and experiences. Above all, it shows the brighter side of Africans, not being judged of their skin's colour. All peoples should unite; and if we can't, then we're all born to suffer.
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