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If you like history and/or geography, you will love The Black History Truth: Argentina by Pamela Gayle. The first part of this book is a great introduction to the land of Argentina and its history. Pamela covers the history of this South American country from before the Conquistadors came and destroyed the land as it was. Pamela goes back in history and explains the foundations of chattel slavery. She gives the common beliefs that are espoused by historians, then gives the darker side of the truth. She exposes the fallacies often found in Eurocentric history. Since whites were in charge, they wrote the history and shaded the facts to give credit to the whites instead of natives and Africans. Pamela makes sure to correct many fallacies and give a true accounting of history.
In The Black History Truth: Argentina by Pamela Gayle, one learns the heretofore untold stories of the contributions of Africans to Argentina. Pamela wants to boost the usefulness of this book and does so by giving assignments at the end of each chapter. These assignments help the newly learned information to stick in the mind. Pamela does an excellent job of presenting a volatile subject calmly and respectfully. The facts in this book are backed up with the truth behind the myths that have been taught for centuries. One needs to have an open mind as one reads this book. Many of the facts presented by Pamela will be new to most readers. Remember, just because the information is new to you does not mean it is not correct. One refrain you will find in this book is: “Yet, the truth is…”