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Jason McFarlane Jun 20
Replying to @KarlyRican
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Jason McFarlane 20h
Replying to @repjohnlewis
Yet another
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Jason McFarlane 20h
Replying to @alamanecer
Yet another (Millions of African American youth would not be trapped in city areas with bad policing like this if America had done right by us in the past.”)
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Jason McFarlane Jun 22
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twila “Podcast du Nord” dang 8h
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Tyler Brown 12 Jun 14
Having people who never owned slaves, pay people who never were slaves, sounds like a solid idea
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I Am 28 Mar 15
but a force so fundamental to America that it is difficult to imagine the country without it.
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I Am 28 Mar 15
The lie ignores the fact that reducing American poverty and ending white supremacy are not the same.
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Patti 26 May 14
Too bad The Atlantic's cover story The Case for Reparations (Ta-Nehisi Coates) isn't required reading for all Americans.
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Jason McFarlane Jun 20
Thank you for speaking up on so many important issues including this one!
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SKNTŌN 14 Jan 14
Exhibit F/Cotton field hands color rendering from currency detail.
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SKNTŌN 14 Jan 14
Exhibit G/Cotton money GA's slave profits color rendering detail.
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M.G. Olson 29 May 14
Haiti's independence 1804 & U.S. Emancipation 1863: reparations for slaveowners, never to liberated folks. Start now
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KTizzle 29 May 14
Just finished reading article in book style . 63 pgs of sadness ..
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Carla Jean 20 Nov 14
"heritage ain't just the thing that flatters you."
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twila “Podcast du Nord” dang Jun 21
This was a fantastic response.
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Sam Livingston Aug 14
African Burial Ground in Sugarland documents Human Rights Abuses during Nadir-era NeoSlavery. Opinion | Documenting ‘Slavery by Another Name’ in Texas - The New York Times
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Sam Livingston Aug 14
This went under the radar and needs to be discussed widely: “3 Black U.S. Senators Introduce Bill to Make Lynching a Federal Hate Crime” - The New York Times
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Micheaux Belafonte (or just Brandon) 2 Jan 15
Even the crippling affects of the segregation era were beneficial for many.
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HLP 25 Aug 16
Let's discuss the effects of . Friday noon 818 Tacoma. Inspired by @tanehisipcoates
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