This was the early 70s, when many Black Americans were beginning to reconnect to the idea of Africa and their connection to it. Many could not know exactly where in Africa their ancestors had come from, so they adapted spiritual practices, like Islam and animism, learned phrases from African languages and wore African clothing and traditional hairstyles. Dee came home from college with this mindset.

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