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Wish people would learn more about the different groups of people in Africa like the Akan people rather than just lumping them all together. They seem quite different from one another. Like Native American tribes such as the Lakota, Apache, Cheyenne, Paiute, etc.

They are some very well known men and women who have their ancestry in the Akan people. Ashanti people - Wikipedia

List of Akan people - Wikipedia

I had some Lakota members or half-breeds in my U of MN Law School classes or running around in the halls as well as Paiutes at my high and middle schools in Reno, Nevada. Had a class in Native American history with many of them at Earl Wooster High School.

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Akan people - Wikipedia

Wish people would learn more about the different groups of people in Africa like the Akan people rather than just lumping them all together. They seem quite different from one another. Like Native American tribes such as the Lakota, Apache, Cheyenne, Paiute, etc.

They are some very well known men and women who have their ancestry in the Akan people. Ashanti people - Wikipedia

List of Akan people - Wikipedia

I had some Lakota members or half-breeds in my U of MN Law School classes or running around in the halls as well as Paiutes at my high and middle schools in Reno, Nevada. Had a class in Native American history with many of them at Earl Wooster High School.
Your term 'half-breeds' is a derogatory term. I would think that an "educated" man like you would know better. An appropriate term would be 'mixed-race'.
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Akan people - Wikipedia

Wish people would learn more about the different groups of people in Africa like the Akan people rather than just lumping them all together. They seem quite different from one another. Like Native American tribes such as the Lakota, Apache, Cheyenne, Paiute, etc.

They are some very well known men and women who have their ancestry in the Akan people. Ashanti people - Wikipedia

List of Akan people - Wikipedia

I had some Lakota members or half-breeds in my U of MN Law School classes or running around in the halls as well as Paiutes at my high and middle schools in Reno, Nevada. Had a class in Native American history with many of them at Earl Wooster High School.


Wow, seems like you've invited conversation on the term half breed Akan People.

I suspect that is what they called themselves ??


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Cher sang about the term.

CHER in SAN DIEGO 2014: HALF BREED (by adriano) - YouTube

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Lots of Rap songs where the term 'N!ggers' is also used. So, what's your point?
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Akan people - Wikipedia

Wish people would learn more about the different groups of people in Africa like the Akan people rather than just lumping them all together. They seem quite different from one another. Like Native American tribes such as the Lakota, Apache, Cheyenne, Paiute, etc.

They are some very well known men and women who have their ancestry in the Akan people. Ashanti people - Wikipedia

List of Akan people - Wikipedia

I had some Lakota members or half-breeds in my U of MN Law School classes or running around in the halls as well as Paiutes at my high and middle schools in Reno, Nevada. Had a class in Native American history with many of them at Earl Wooster High School.
DNA test them...they either have the Neanderthal or Denisovan DNA or not. Blacks have neither.

Blacks have different ancestors and are therefore a different species scientifically but not politically. Imagine the fate of the 10s of millions of poor blacks living in the inner cities the day the government admits they're an inferior species.
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Lots of Rap songs where the term 'N!ggers' is also used. So, what's your point?
If they can say it...even derogatorily...so can I...equality you know. In fact...that's MY cultures word so ONLY I can call you that.
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Vanessa Williams - Wikipedia

Looks like Vanessa Williams has about 1/4 Akan DNA.

She is a really good actress and singer.
 

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