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5 Religious Practices Black People Learned During Slavery That We Still Do Today!!

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Enslaved Africans were taught to fear and devalue African religious practices. Today, most Black people in the world still don’t seek to inculcate traditional African religions.

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Today, many Black people use a white image to depict Jesus. Africans who practiced Christianity before slavery used Black images historically to describe their god.

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Many Black people across the world still use the King James version of the Bible as the final authority of Christianity.

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Today, many Black people focus only on religious dogma that was taught during slavery and colonialism rather than developing a spiritual relationship with the creator.

The majority of enslaved Africans were taught to no longer honor and connect spiritually with their ancestors. As a result, many Black people today devalue the idea of developing a connection with their ancestors.

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