Black People : Celebrating the Original (Black) Australians

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    yes these people are very closely related to us indians aswell
     
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    How?


     
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    basically when humans left africa, they migrated to india first, then from india these people went in to south east asia and then australia, these people are related to the dravidian people of india and also many of the african tribal groups that still live in india.
     
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    Thanks. Maybe you can share more history and pictures of these groups when you get a chance because, like I indicated, I've never had the opportunity to interact with any Black people from those areas. I can imagine that is likely the case for most African Americans. Most of the Indians I've seen in the United States look like Gandhi and definitely do not identify themselves as (or with) Black people.



     
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    ^ i will share pics very soon, anyways i agree that indians usually dont identify themselves as blacks in america, one of the reason is that most indians who have migrated to america are the higher castes, these people actually look down on darker colours just because they have some european blood in them, the whole caste thing in india started with the aryan(white) invasion from the north west. Today north indians are mostly hybrid between the orginal black people and white people who came from the north, unfortunatly however these higher caste indians always think of themselves as whites or closer to whites, thats why they are racist against thier own fellow darker indians like me or the original dravdian indians of india
     
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    also when british invaded and ruled india for 200 years, they set up a class system, basically they promoted the caste system even more and let the higher castes who are lighter skinned rule over the majority darkskin people of india, this system is unfortunatly still going on even to this day,thats why even to this day majority of (dark) india is still poor being ruled by few light skinned indians who are very rich
     
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