This is not only Black History, but it is every American’s history. If you don’t know your history, you are destined to repeat it. It’s a sobering reminder of an evil past we cannot seem to shake. Many thanks to Mr. JB for putting this great post together.
By Jueseppi B.
Throughout the month Of February, TheObamaCrat™ will post a daily series called The Black History Moment Series. Each day for 28 days of this historic month you will be given the food of Black History to satisfy your hunger for knowledge.
The series starts now: The Black History Moment Series #1. Slavery
A Story of Slavery: A True Story, Repeated Word For Word As I Heard It
Published on Nov 3, 2012
Various pictures of slaves from the 1800s, as well as photographs of Mark Twain and black Union soldiers, set to the audio of “Ashokan Farewell” as performed by David Roberts and a narration of Mark Twain’s “A True Story, Repeated Word For Word As I Heard It” as read by Richard Henzel.
Slavery in America began when the first African slaves were brought to the North American colony of…
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