Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Many black Americans really have African surnames


GREGORY KANE COMMENTARY: Black History Is Much More Complex And Fascinating Than We’ve Been Taught
The black conservative Republican columnist asks: How many black Americans really have African surnames that they think are European surnames?


'His name was Belali Mohomet. ‘Belali,’ spelled in various ways, is a common Muslim name…Belali slides easily into the English ‘Bailey,’ a common African surname ......

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I have a problem. These are Muslim not Afrikan names .

See other post about Swahili

UPDATE ************************
Blog Consolidation by Shay

AS posted on


Blog Consolidation
It's getting too burdensome to have my personal blog here, and also post at Booker Rising - our daily news site targeting black moderates and black conservatives. So we're consolidating the two blogs, and material here is being moved over there. Go check out Booker Rising!

posted by shay at 6:48 PM Trackback (0) Thursday, October 28, 2004

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