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.
Think About How They Felt
I ask you this week to think back to many of your ancestors. No, we all didn't come To America in Chains, and many of our Ancestors never knew Slavery. Many owned slaves themselves and they were not just family members, as some of our people would have you believe today. Many Blacks owned more salves than Whites, but that is not why I ask you to think about your ancestors; I just wanted you to know, that although Blacks owned slaves they were treated as human beings. I want you to think of those that came on Slave ships, chained like logs to wooden slats and endured long trips across the ocean; only to be treated like animals after arriving; but to ease their harsh labor found ways to make it easy and in the meanwhile built a country that stole many of what they invented and lied about who the inventor was. I want you to think about how they must felt, making someone rich while being treated like an unwanted dog. These were our great, great, great, great family members. They were sold like pigs or other animals, at the whim of the owners. They slept in slave housing (that's all I need to say about the housing, you can imagine what they were really like), they ate what they could scrounge and grow, (although some slaves ate pretty good, stealing and killing pigs and chickens in the woods and cooking it in pots, unknown to the slave owner). They worked from sun up to sun down; with no rest. And yet, their invention to ease their labor made many masters rich. I'm not saying this to make you angry at anyone; but to think of your ancestors and what they went through so we can taste freedom. I want you to love everybody, but never forget to say your ancestors out loud, wherever you are, and make sure no one forget their contribution to America and the world. Let's make sure it's taught in schools so young people will know and their children will know that what they are enjoying today came from the minds of Black men and women of yesterday; and not from the minds of Whites. This must be known by both Blacks and Whites. If anyone have a problem with truth; so be it; truth must be known.
Thanks for stopping by.
I'll see you next week, through the blessing of Jesus
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