Summary: The Untold Black History

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"The Untold Black History:The Hidden Truth The History Books Left Out" is the study of African-American History, culture,untold Black History that traces back to African,Afro-American,or African-American roots and accomplishments primarily in the United States and in the entire world of the chosen people achievements and fallen moments on this eccentric planet called Earth.Also, this book contain Religious,Historical,Factual content of four of the most biggest religions in world today.This book shows the similarities of these biblical teachings from these four religions Islam,Christianity,Jehovah Witness and Judaism.Please note that everything that is mention in this book can be proven by factual and historical information,so don't get rowdy

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