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"They provided economic roles models to people in Africa." - Apex :)

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By missionaries, but white missionaries were not very successful in bringing the faith to the continent, since Europeans had never been very nice to the Africans and they also didn't try to fit Christianity in with the Africans' culture. It was only after the emancipation of the christianised slaves in the the USA that Africa became more christian. Some African Americans became missionaries to Africa and altered many teachings to allow room for African practices like their dancing, singing and often poligamy.

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