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Queen Latifah Loves America | Episode #27 | #ADOS



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In this episode, we look at the fascinating American history of Queen Latifah and Jeffery Wright. The goal of this episode is to reinforce the idea to my viewers that Black American are purely American because we have been here since the country was even a country.

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Attributions:

Finding Your Roots S06E04 This Land Is My Land (January 14, 2020).

Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr S06E04 This Land Is My Land.

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(7:00) This is the moment when Queen Latifah learned that her ancestor Juggy was born in one of the 13 colonies in 1766 which was 10 years before the United States was the United States. Listen to her statement about being American and her proud reaction "This land is your land this land is my land". After watching this, how can you still consider yourself to be an African? If you are proud to be an American, consider visiting us at http://www.blackamerican.com

Lineage First
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Lineage First

What does knowing that identity matter if people are marrying/procreating out of, or allying against, their own identity?

Ultra Instinct Mastered
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Ultra Instinct Mastered

Jeffrey Wright acted British so good I actually thought he was

IMaKing80
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IMaKing80

Wow. That’s proof black people were in America before slavery.

Mia Danielle
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Mia Danielle

So far we've traced my maternal grandma's side back to 1852 in Mississippi. Her name was Adaline and we have a picture of her. She lived until 1938! Image that. Former slaves were walking around in 1938!

trey harris
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trey harris

Well I traced my maternal roots to the 1820s in Selma, Dallas County, Alabama. My 4 great grandmother Pleasant daughter name was Emmaline and she died in 1927 ( Her daughter) . Wish I could go back farther back into time. GOOD JOB! I am going to see the series or this episode when I get a chance.

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Diana Jackson
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Diana Jackson

What to my comment? I said it sad that many Continental Africans esp many of the West African think they superior because their ancestors weren't enslaved compared to ours. Some of them exploit and make front of the oppression that we Black Americans we face such as the police shooting & destruction of our family unit due systemic oppression. Why have an evil sick mindset like and have a fake egomanic pride based on ppl exploitation and abuse? They repelling the benefits from our ancestors they make front of and look down upon. Laughing at us and using us as… Read more »

Diana Jackson
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Diana Jackson

To the Black Identity extremists. I can wear my natural hair, weave as long the look like mines, and relaxer because guess what they all were invented by a Black American. As long, they identified their selves part of the b
Black American culture, you don't have the right to tell a biracial, Creole, any multigenerational mixed ancestry to NOT claim that part of their ancestry to show their "alliance to Black American culture." That don't mean they want to be "white," "bedwen–," or aligning theirselves w "white supremacy."

Ken Hogan
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Ken Hogan

Keep doing what you doing my brother we appreciate your content very much

Ken Hogan
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Ken Hogan

We are striding to get a seat at all tables! #ados

Africa Fang Tribe
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Africa Fang Tribe

Dear do you know when slavery was legal? And the fired African were free? Try harder

Lineage First
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Lineage First

Right, she thinks interracial marriage is progressive.