A former African slave is telling Black Lives Matter and Critical Race Theory advocates that they need to go back to school to understand what is happening in Africa today and to learn that the United States offers them unique opportunities that they are unlikely to find elsewhere.
Deng is a former slave and South Sudan presidential candidate.
In this week’s episode of the CBN News Channel program The Global Lane, Deng explained that he became a slave in 1987 after the Sudanese government-backed Mujahadeen raiders kidnapped him and burned down his village.
Deng and more than 700 other captured children were forced to walk through the bush, 250 miles from their homes. He was only seven years old when merchants took him to northern Sudan to be sold into a life of brutal enslavement.
He said BLM and CRT advocates can learn a few lessons from former slaves like him.
“I believe Black Lives Matter does not understand what is going on in Africa, they don’t know what is going on around the world,” Deng explained.
“They need to understand that slavery still exists in Africa today (where) more than 9.2 million (people) are still in captivity in slavery.”
Deng said Libya is just one example. He claimed that women in the north African country are still being sold into slavery for as little as $400 each.