Know your history: Understanding racism in the US “And then you might understand how the death of Michael Brown became a tipping point in the US.” An African American woman yells ‘Freedom’ when asked to shout so loud it will … Continue reading
I am a man, I have the right to bear arms and defend my Castle and I can stand my ground if I am threatened away from that domain and I will kill without a conscious if necessary. What about … Continue reading
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As the Indian wars period ended another issue start to weight heavily on the American conciseness, what to do about slavery?. The slaves had become one of the major issues of debate and it was not going away peacefully. America … Continue reading
http://www.who2.com/ Attorney Thurgood Marshall led the civil rights case of Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka to a successful hearing at the Supreme Court of the United States in 1954. He became the court’s first African-American justice 13 years … Continue reading
Let, get back on track and take a look at why and who was in charge of the domestic policies in the US. Let us look at a few of the Presidents during the last 200 years. First, who and … Continue reading
From Harriet Tubman, Frances Harper, Crispus Attucks, John Brown, Anna Weem, Denmark Vesey, and Frederick Douglass, (Antislavery Activist) great leaders were in the fore front of the fight for freedom. Now the U S has to deal with the freed … Continue reading