Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

The End Is Near

 

September 17, 2020



In the early days of America, blacks were under hard task masters. Rules were put in place to keep the black race from reaching their fullest potential.

Children became adults before their time. Many worked in the fields to help the family make ends meet. Fear was instilled; seeing all the cruel things that happened to those they loved. The mothers protected their children by teaching them to be submissive to the establishment. Beneath the fear, the young were taught that they were God's creation, and that the earth belonged to them also, and that their lives mattered. Little by little the...



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