France Had Negro Cabinet Ministers in the 1800s
Most people do not know or have the association of black people in Europe prior to the slave trade extravaganza, but the reality is that blacks were in Europe for quite some time.
First, we must remember that the Jewish expersion scattered them throughout the Mediterranean Sea as well as through the continent of Africa.
However, keeping to the subject of this posting, Europe France had negro or colored cabinet ministers as far back as the 1800s when Anglo Saxon (white skinned) Europeans had taken over most of Europe.
These by name include: Severiano de Heredia in 1887; Senator Henri Lemery 1915-1918 and 1934, Alcide Delmont in 1928; Blaise Diagne served in 1931; Gratien Candace in 1932; Gaston Monnerville in 1937. You can look them up!
It is reported that Severiano de Heredia built some of the finest roads in France when he served as Minister of Public Works!
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