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The Paraguayan War (1864-1870), fought between Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina & Uruguay, was South America’s worst conflict; war had Aryanizing effect on Brazil, eliminating about 100,000 black slaves — Black Women Of Brazil

Shalom, everyone! The following is an article from the blog Black Women of Brazil about the horrifying effect of the Paraguayan War (1864 – 1870), fought between Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay, on the African populations of these territories. The war was genocidal against Africans, with an agenda to “whiten” the population with mass immigration from European countries.

Also noted is the recent catastrophic fire at Brazil’s Nation Museum in Rio de Janeiro. The institution held millions of artifacts of Afro-Brazilian and indigenous history. History lost is culture and memory lost, which begs the question: Was this fire an act of arson? May the truth be revealed.

The Paraguayan War (1864-1870), fought between Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina & Uruguay, was South America’s worst conflict; war had Aryanizing effect on Brazil, eliminating about 100,000 black slaves By Marques Travae MASP, located on Avenida Paulista in São Paulo,MASP, Museu de Arte de São Paulo, or São Paulo Museum of Art, is located on São Paulo’s…

via The Paraguayan War (1864-1870), fought between Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina & Uruguay, was South America’s worst conflict; war had Aryanizing effect on Brazil, eliminating about 100,000 black slaves — Black Women Of Brazil

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