Just amazes me how the Albino and his children, think their story is highlighted in greatness and will indoctrinate schools and social media with LIES and pass it off as FACTS...such as calling themselves... SETTLERS, PIONEERS, Columbus discovering America and having this mentality where "manifest destiny" became their rallying cry and sales pitch....
YOU DIDN'T BUILD IT.....WE DID!! Slaves were the largest labor pool in 1790 when Congress decided to create a new national capital along the Potomac surrounded by the two slave-owning states of Maryland and Virginia. Estimated over 400 slaves were used... (June 1, 2005, Associated Press article “Capitol Slave Labor Studied” published in The Washington Times). #blackhistorymonth - @Greg Takayama Terrell- #webstagram
USING BLACK BABIES AS BAIT. "they would steal the babies during the course of the day, -some would be infants, some would be a yr old, some would be toddlers- they would grab these children, take them down to the swamp & leave them in pens like little chicken coops. At night, they'd take these babies, tie them up, put a rope around their neck & torso & tie it tight- They would throw in the babies, in a matter of minutes, alligator would clamp his jaws on that child, he was swallowed"
Stagecoach Mary Mary Fields, also known as Stagecoach Mary, was the first African-American woman employed as a mail carrier in the United States, driving her mail route by stagecoach from Cascade, Montana to St. Peter's Mission, Montana. When hired, she became the second American woman in all to work for the United States Postal Service. Born a slave circa 1832 in Hickman County, Tennessee. She was freed when American slavery was outlawed in 1865.
Banished vividly recounts the forgotten history of racial cleansing in America when thousands of African Americas were driven from their homes & communities by violent racist mobs in the late 19th & early 20th centuries. In fear for their lives, black people left these towns & never returned to reclaim their property. The film features black families determined to go to any length to reconstruct their families past & gain some justice for their ancestors & themselves.
Black people did not "come to this country seeking a better life." They were kidnapped from their homes in Africa, dragged in chains and loaded onto slave ships--treated not like human beings but like things, commodities to be traded and used to enrich others. Tens of millions of enslaved Africans died before even reaching America, so terrible were the conditions on the slave ships. Those who survived the trip and were then sold to plantation owners were