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Asserts that the Africans who were enslaved on American soil (Grandma Rye and others) put their breath and blood and prayers into the land in the South when they arrived, as a kind of medicine against the terrors they sensed were coming to them and their children. She says that the blessings they put into the soil are what have given every generation since the strength they needed to create a new world.

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