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This haunting and gut wrenching account of this buried history of our country MUST be the foundation of our collective future of redemption and reparations. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ann Jordan
Interesting oral history. Must read to better understand US race relations.Published 16 days ago by Gene Lazo
dispassionate and factual, and telling RECENT historical truths Amerikkka needs to hear!Published 19 days ago by Brian Williams
A superb book of far wider significance than 'just' part of north American history. The arguments are convincing and the judgments judicious. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Adam Fforde
Douglas Blackmon, Wall Street Journal journalist, searched through attics and basements of southern courthouses, county jails, etc. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Joe V.
This history was never taught in my school. It should have been. An enlightening tale of the use of the legal system and capitalism (together) to deny people their rights and... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Tatsinda Spears
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|Slavery by What Other Name?||
My daughter once said to me, "Mom this country is like a house built on a cracked foundation." Since stealing this land from native Americans to the present, this foundation is like a block of concrete whose fissures continue to grow and spread.
I ask what has changed? Nothing. The same... Read More
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