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“Black Zion by David Jenkins(Wildwood Pres. 1975) is a clear exposition of the various manifestations of Ethiopianism since the early slave days, showing how they are sometimes purely religious. This may be read in conjunction with Black Exodus by Edwin S. Redkey(Yale University Press, 1969) which covers much the same ground,but gives more emphasis to the american movements, particularly southern slave rebellions, such as Nat Turner`s.`
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(Source: Dictionary of Race and Ethnic Relations)

 

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