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Ep 23-The Revolutionary History of the Invisible Afro-Venezuelans w Jeanette Charles | @historic_ly

[tweet_dis2]Ep 23-The Revolutionary History of the Invisible Afro-Venezuelans w Jeanette Charles @historic_ly[/tweet_dis2]

They are invisible to western Media.  They are silent to the Western Audience, however, 60% of Venezuela identifies themselves as Afro-Venezuelan.  Venezuela is one of the few majority black countries in the hemisphere.  Today, Jeanette Charles from Venezuela Analysis joins us to trace the history of the Afro-Venezuelans from the 1700s. We learn about the shared culture and heritage with Haiti, we talk about 19 and 20th-century imperialism and finally their empowerment after the Bolivarian revolution in 1998.  In the end, we also look at their world and see what the Americans can learn and implement!    
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