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‘Canada’s Black Guy’ has a message for black Americans

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‘Canada’s Black Guy’ has a message for black Americans by thegrio | May 1, 2016 at 2:11 PM Filed in: Living , Travel and Leisure 340 0 0 0 (Youtube Brian Calvert) It looks like Canada’s ready for us. This video below is meant to be a joke of course. Right? Wait it *is* a joke, right? RELATED: 5 places black people can move if Donald Trump wins the presidency Either way it definitely gets the wheels turning. Just to be safe, we did some Googling for you: 1 – Healthcare is free. Just free. 2 –...
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The Forgotten Exodus: 7 Facts About the Black Loyalists and 3,600 Refugee Negroes Escaping American Wars to Canada

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The Forgotten Exodus: 7 Facts About the Black Loyalists and 3,600 Refugee Negroes Escaping American Wars to Canada June 29, 2016 | Posted by Ricky Riley Tagged With: Black Loyalists , Cornwallis Street Baptist Church , New Brunswick , Nova Scotia , Refugee Negroes , Royal Acadian School , War of 1812 The War of 1812 After the War of 1812, former enslaved Blacks fled to Canada and the Caribbean in search for a better life post-slavery. The second war between the British and the young United...
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Re: ‘Canada’s Black Guy’ has a message for black Americans

sunnubian ·
I'm not sure. I think it's about the same for Black people anywhere on this planet; it is the majority of Black people who don't seem to know this fact; it really only boils down to where a Black person is least likely to get harassed, brutalized and murdered , because the truth is, anywhere Black people are or go on this planet, there are people who are racist against, and hate Black people. ************************ Passports Apply for a Passport The United States Postal Service® operates...
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CIVIL RIGHTS PIONEER VIOLA DESMOND WILL TAKE HER PLACE ON CANADA’S NEW $10 BILL

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CIVIL RIGHTS PIONEER VIOLA DESMOND WILL TAKE HER PLACE ON CANADA’S NEW $10 BILL by Adedamola Agboola March 12, 2018 Sample of Canada's new $10 bill Viola Desmond, famed for challenging racial segregation in Canada, was unveiled last Thursday as the face of Canada’s new $10 bill. On Nov. 8, 1946, Desmond walked into the Roseland Theater in Nova Scotia province of Canada and sat in the whites-only section of the theater. The designated area for blacks at the time was the main floor to the...
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Re: The Canadian Who Helped Conquer Congo for the Belgian King

Norland ·
Wow! This seems beyond macabre to read. Black people don't get bothered by white people fucking with them. We've been suffering their abuse over here forever and a day. We're more like white people over here than black people. I've NEVER seen an African in my life besides what's on YouTube and Television and Nelson Mandela and his wife on TV too. We're a bunch of black sick puppies, have always been and will always be. Black women walking around in PLATINUM WIGS. There's not much weirder...
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Why Do Americans Pay So Much For Our Prescriptions (And Canadians Don't?)

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 Why Do Americans Pay So Much For Our Prescriptions (And Canadians Don't?)Posted on January 25, 2012 by LindaShare this now! This infographic explains it:     Found on Medical Billing and Coding. Submitted by...
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Re: ‘Canada’s Black Guy’ has a message for black Americans

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I would move to Canada if Toronto wasn't expensive as hell. There's really no benefit to being an American. But then USA got amazing free speech laws and Canadians are always banning crap.
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The Canadian Who Helped Conquer Congo for the Belgian King

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Blogs » Anonymous's blog The Canadian Who Helped Conquer Congo for the Belgian King Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 07/03/2017 - 22:31 facebook twitter email Canada by Yves Engler Celebrated Canadian soldier William Grant Stairs helped King Leopold II of Belgium conquer the resource-rich Katanga region of the Congo. Known for his heartless brutality, Stairs headed a heavily armed mission that swelled to 2,000. The goal of the expedition was to extend Leopold’s authority over...
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