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Antenor Firmin is the Haitian scholar who predicted Obama's presidency over a century ago. in his book "The Equality of the Human Races"

Joseph Auguste Anténor Firmin, better known as simply Anténor Firmin, was a Haitian anthropologist, journalist, and politician.


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