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What Blood Won't Tell: A History of Race on Trial in America Paperback – April 12, 2010
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The people wrongly accused of being black, mulatto, Indian, or mixed are in fact Imazighen/Berbers from North Africa
that came to America on Spanish and Portuguese ships as slaves, soldiers or settlers. The Imazighen have very black hair, sometimes wavy/curly, blue-green eyes often, and varying degrees of dark skin. Unlike Indians the men have heavy body hair. Unlike Blacks they have thin lips and long, straight noses.
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