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The Afro-American Association (AA) of the United States, a nonprofit, nonpartisan group representing Afro Americans, has issued an alert about the “African American History book” on Amazon that has been selling for over $2,000 on Amazon.
The book, “Africa on the Edge,” claims that “African Americans have been living in Africa since time immemorial.”
The book’s description states that the book is “an epic chronicle of the history of the African Americans and their struggle for freedom.”
In addition to claims of history, the book features photos of the african American flag and historical sites.
The Amazon listing for the book has been updated to remove the claim that the “Africans are the original slaves of Africans.”
It also has been removed the claims that Afro American history is “based on the original texts and sources” and that Afrikaans is “a universal language and dialect.”
Amazon has yet to respond to questions about the book.