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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 1 day ago by Tatsinda Spears
I had no idea. An entire part of our nation's history that was left out of our US History lessons during high school.
I'm grateful for this book. It's opened my eyes. Read more
Provides the reader with insight into Slavery even after the Civil War. The victims were treated worst because they could be replace for minimum cost, the monetary costs were much... Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Finley
Heart-wrenching chapter of American history expertly conveyed. Not only is Blackmon's history spot-on, his engagement with questions of contemporary corporate and personal ties to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Meghan C. McDonald
This book is a must to all trying to understand the state of the world today. I would recommend to all family & friends.Published 1 month ago by Marlon S. Mcneill
The information was very informative and well documented historical facts often overlooked in African American Slavery. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SOJOURNER TRUTH
This missing history is shocking.It makes the ethnic horrors in other parts of the world pale in comparison.Published 1 month ago by leroy munson
This is certainly a 'must read' for those interested in learning about the treatment meted out to the African-American communities after the abolition of slavery.Published 1 month ago by Eldon G. Brathwaite
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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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