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.

   

 
     
 

 

                                                                   

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   It's not enough to know your history (by race), it's important that you learn the true history of America and the world. It's important for every nation to learn American and African history, because Africans; in Africa, and later, in America, modernized the world. And, it is in America, that Caucasian males; being the majority; limited the number of Black Immigrants, to remain the majority, and control government, wealth and the laws that controlled the people. These laws, made by, and for Caucasian males, made it easy for White males to portray themselves as superior in every way. And steal the inventions and accomplishment of Blacks and name them as their own. Therefore, it's not enough to know; you invented the plow, light bulb, and electronics, you must know why you are not credited with the invention, and why they are claimed by someone else.

  It doesn't matter whether you are white, green, blue, pink, yellow, or black; I ask you this question. Isn't it worth the effort to learn about your past? Don't you want to know the good your ancestors did? Not knowing your history is like walking out of a long darkness, into light. You don't know what was behind you; just where you are at the moment. Isn't it worth knowing what was in the darkness?  

 

 

     Come back next week, and lets continue this discussion.  

   

 
     
      

Who am I? Where did I come from? What were the people like? What did they do? What were their struggles, and successes? What did they build; tear down, or change? What did they do to shape the future? What am I doing to perpetuate, or change a legacy that may be defining who I am? Mark Powers asked the same questions; went digging; the answers changed his life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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