If Germany Atoned for the Holocaust, the U.S. Can Pay Reparations for Slavery | The Conversation

Calls for reparations in the U.S. are generally met with skepticism, but South Africa paid victims of apartheid. The U.S. paid 82,000 Japanese Americans. […]

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Remembering Uncle Walt’s War | Guest Columns | nrtoday.com

It is worth remembering, especially nowadays, that his war didn’t have to happen, that ours is the only nation that didn’t abolish slavery peacefully but instead was one whose politicians arrogantly turned its citizens against each other and into armed camps.

Source: Remembering Uncle Walt’s war | Guest Columns | nrtoday.com

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Frederick Douglass

Fredrick Douglass 1818-1895 An African-American slave, preacher, abolitionist,orator, writer, statesman.

“between the Christianity of this land and the Christianity of Christ, I recognize the widest possible difference.” Frederick Douglass