There will never be brotherhood until men sees the mutual benefits between them
FROM: AFRICANS to AMERICANS
The strength of a nation lies not in the imagination of a few, but the ingenuity of the masses.
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If all you know about Africans, came from America's school system; then, you don't know Africans. Nor do you know the truth about yourself.
Africans brought many good things to America.
It's good to look back sometime and see how the past shape the present and future. Try it sometime, using facts; and truth. I am a history buff, and I love to look at how African's ingenuity shape American life. First, I looked at how African Inventions made life easy, first for them, then the whole world. Take the cotton gin; yea, we gave Eli Whitney credit; but we all know that that isn't so. The gin came from a slave, trying to make his job easy and found it thru a crude invention, in which he could separate the seeds from cotton by simple pulling the cotton through the nails he had on a board. We know that that crude piece of gear was given to other Slaves and that other White men saw it and tried to patterned it, but the invention was given to ole Eli; because of the pull he had at the time. But think how the gin changed the cotton market. Then think about the light bulb. Yeah we gave Edison credit, but we know that ole Edison was no smarter than what his teacher said he was. He was trying to use wood, as a filament, until Lattimore came along and used Carbon in a vacuum. It's ok if Edison was given credit; we now know the truth and can act on truth. But think how the electric light changed the world. Then think how the crop reapers changed the farming, just these three completely changed the world. And it all began right here in America. Yeah, white males were given credit; but truth is; it all came from Africans. When you think of the thousand of other invention, in science, medicine, technology, and other areas, you wonder what America would be like today; but for Africans.
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