Statuesque Slavery Historic Hyperbole

 Statuesque Slavery Historic Hyperbole

Ochelli Effect 9-14-2017 Carmine Savastano Statuesque Slavery Historic Hyperbole

Statuesque Slavery Historic Hyperbole

Slavery? A most often mentioned and fully out of context political talking point is automatically assumed to be the trigger argument to set the White Devil Versus Black Victim parameter for many social and political alleged debates in America. Racism and Racialism are without question gogs in the machine of US based anything not be separated from our history or ignored. Once hijacked by those who would simply pimp the sentiment however , context is instantly lost. Slavery stains nearly every ethnic group , nationality , and century that can be observed in HUMAN history. Statuesque Slavery Historic Hyperbole

References:
Reference 1: Black List (Facts about slavery), Historical Fact Check, Snopes, snopes.com http://www.snopes.com/facts-about-slavery/Reference 2: Oregon school board votes to remove “Lynch” from the name of three schools over the negative association with lynching- even though the schools were named after a family, August 10, 2017, The Daily Mail, dailymail.com
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4779000/Lynch-removed-names-3-Oregon-schools.html
Reference 3: ESPN reassigns commentator Robert Lee over ‘name coincidence’, August 23, 2017, BBC News, bbc.com
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-41022954
Reference 4: Black Lives Matter protesters in Charlottesville shroud Thomas Jefferson statue, September 13, 2017, Fox News, foxnews.com
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/09/13/black-lives-matter-targets-jefferson-monument-in-charlottesville.html
Reference 4: Black Lives Matter protesters in Charlottesville shroud Thomas Jefferson statue, September 13, 2017, Fox News, foxnews.com
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/09/13/black-lives-matter-targets-jefferson-monument-in-charlottesville.html
Reference 5: Ankeet Ball, “Ambition & Bondage: An Inquiry on Alexander Hamilton and Slavery”, Columbia University, columbia.edu
Reference 6: Sally Hemings, The History Channel, history.com
http://www.history.com/topics/sally-hemings

 

Statuesque Slavery Historic Hyperbole

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Statuesque Slavery Historic Hyperbole

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