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Melvin • 2 years ago

The story of Black Hawaiians is one of the most tragic of modern times. It is a tale of adventure/gaiety in paradise that turned into a cultural nightmare. America’s best kept secret. We must venture into antiquity to learn of the roots of the Black Hawaiians, whose glorious star once brightened the Pacific for 2000 years. Most anthropologists, paleontologists & archaeologists around the world generally believe that human beings evolved on the continent of Africa, from 3 to 5 million years ago.

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