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    Mental Slavery is far more sinister than physical slavery because the chains are invisible and are transmitted across generations.

    If African slavery was only physical, African people would have within one generation been able to skip the plethora of social-economic issues which plague African people globally the second the chains came off.
    Slavery, and other institutionalize forms of targeted race-based oppression has caused certain symptoms of dysfunction in the African community, which has been reinforced in each generation. The legacy of slavery has promoted and nurse the direct association between being African and being inferior, being African and being unequal, incapable and less worthy. It also promotes ways of thinking which continue to impede growth and development. Such as cultivating dependence and reactionary behaviors. More content to be at best an observer complaining about the world, as opposed to being a change agent in the world So even stating problems are tired to mental slavery without taking steps to resolve them is a form of mental enslavement.
    By Owen 'Alik Shahadah



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