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The Situation of African-Americans in America
In Africa, black people lived together in tribes with the families staying together in the village and leading a life with strong morals and rites. Each tribe had developed a culture and often an own language, and the people either prayed to their own Gods or followed the teachings of the Koran.
<Tab/>But in the eyes of most Europeans, all Africans were ignorant, pagan savages who needed to be introduced to Christianity and Western civilisation. When America was discovered in 1492, Europeans soon realised that Africans were more able to work in the hot sun than Native America…
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