zoohumans2OUR STORY: “Did you know that there were Human Zoos on display in Europe and America from the 1870’s to the 1950’s? These public exhibits of humans,often called Negro Villages, usually showed indigenous people in a so-called natural or primitive state. The displays often emphasized the cultural differences between Europeans of Western civilization and non-European peoples. These people have the nerve to say anything about  racism, evilness or cruelty. A library couldn’t contain the books and photos of what whites have done to Black people, but yet we are so forgiving. Find one photo of a black person treating a white person this bad, and you’d be in a middle of a war. I know a few people who can’t even look at this photo. It’s so disturbing, and don’t think whites are beyond doing this today. They already have millions of black men locked away over little non-violent crimes to keep the free labor-prison industry in effect.

This is a photo from Amsterdam Holland around 1890, of an African child in one of these Human Zoo exhibits,being fed like an animal by white spectators.”



  1. Too bad there wasn’t a big enough zoo to put the whole country of Holland in. Them folks have family and pet orgies (on film). Now I know a whole bunch of folks would pay to see that, rather than someone holding a village African captive, but hey. That’s how these people think. There were well-to do Blacks living there at the time. I wonder how they felt knowing about this? America is a zoo within itself, only the animals are walking the streets and everyone else stay locked up in their homes, looking at the world through a screen, to see what was the last crime committed.

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