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Malcolm Xavier, an African American human rights activist in the 1960

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Malcolm Xavier, an African American human rights activist in the 1960’s, proposed that African Americans leave America and return to Africa, to what had been their home before they were made slaves.

A- Africa, to what had been their home before they were made slaves

B- Africa, their home before slaves

C- African home before they were made slaves

D- Africa, their home before they were made slaves

E- Africa, where they resided before being made slaves

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Malcolm Xavier, an African American human rights activist in the 1960’s, proposed that African Americans leave America and return to Africa, to what had been their home before they were made slaves.

A- Africa, to what had been their home before they were made slaves : Wrong

B- Africa, their home before slaves : Wrong : Meaning error

C- African home before they were made slaves : Wrong : Meaning error : African home may not be in Africa

D- Africa, their home before they were made slaves : Correct

E- Africa, where they resided before being made slaves : Wrong
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