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One of '100 Great Black Britons'
This is clearly political correctness at work, and it is mentioned in the main Charles Darwin article.
Even if he did learn some things from this man, it should be noted that in some of Darwin's works, he describes not only Africans but also Australian Aboriginals and American Indians as 'savages'. By today's standards, that would qualify as 'hate speech'.--X sprainpraxisL (talk) 23:30, 27 May 2011 (UTC)
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