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There’s no friend of justice who can be an enemy of the past, regardless of who’s past it is. The legendary Bob Marley “Never forget who you are or where you stand in the struggle.” There’s no struggle for justice that is limited to one race or culture. They will always be unity for injustice, and to know the past or where we stand in the struggle is not about grudges, butThere’s no friend of justice who can be an enemy of the past, regardless of who’s past it is. The legendary Bob Marley “Never forget who you are or where you stand in the struggle.” There’s no struggle for justice that is limited to one race or culture. They will always be unity for injustice, and to know the past or where we stand in the struggle is not about grudges, but instead about courage. The will to move forward with a better vision of the future without the interference of the past will require that we understand the experiences of those who have struggled to create the opportunities of the present. We’ ll need to know about the past whether we are white or black. That’s the only way we can prevent repeating the mistakes of the past."As you consider the events of the decades since the framing of the Constitution that brought the issue of slavery closer to the surface of American politics, what alternatives might the federal government have pursued to manage the issue better? Was there anything the President, Congress, or the Supreme Court could have done to settle the debate?" In this read you'll find the answer to these questions. A different approach to American history conveyed by the African Child....

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  • James Dubreze
    2019-02-27 08:22