it seems to be evident by the lack of responses that many 'blacks' are not truly interested in repatriation. what does the collective think?
are we more interested in reasoning about 'why' others should 'not' go to africa, yet we do not collectively address the whys/how iani might forward home.
are we more interetsed in 'putting whites in their place,' moreso than forming alliances for the benefit of all people?
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