The Effects of Alcohol on Learners in Secondary School in Arumeru

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Black Americans implies the black colored people who where found in America and the Caribbean island as descendants of the ex-slaves from Africa. Black Nationalist movement refers to the movement which shows and explains the original of the black people in the indigenous American. This Nationalist movement of the political where introduced by people like Marcus Garvey, Henry Neat Turner, Martine Delaney, Edward Wilmot and so on. First World War was the imperialist war which fought between Triple alliance and Triple entente in April 1914 up to November 1918. The main participants include Britain, France, German, Italy, and Japan. Early Black American; The first slaves were brought to Jamestown, Virginia, in 1619 the English Settlers treat these captive as indentured servant and released them after a number of years. This practice was gradually by the system of race based slavery used in Caribbean. As servants were freed, they become competition for resources. Black American was the descendant of captive Africans held in the United States from 1619 to 1865. Black from Caribbean whose ancestors immigrated to US, also Traditional have been considered Africa American as they share a common history of predominantly West Africa or Central Africa roots, the middle passage and slavery. The following below are the different Nationalist Movement which introduced by the Black People before and after First World War as follows; Civil Right Movement was the ideological and political movement of the Black people in America, demanding for total Democracy which allows citizenship of America

to participate fully in economic, political, and social affairs of their country. This would ensure equal rights and fair treatment to all people of all races in America. The genesis of this movement can be traced far back in the 19th century especially during civil war 1861 up to 1865 where by although the war propaganda promised Black Americans...
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