Time heals all wounds but no Oppression: This Last Century

100 years laters

African Blood Siblings

Listen Seeker, I come in peace,

” . . . What you seen wasn’t no dust of changes rising. It was the dust of sameness settling.” — Sterling Plumpp

This may be the most disappointing post I could write.  Not for any violence, though I can write on violence; not for any abuses, though I can write on abuses; not for any villainy, though I can write on villainy: this may be the most disappointing because it’s a survey done one-hundred years ago that reads as if it were done yesterday.  One-hundred years of Oppression, the 20s, the 30s, the 40s, the 50s, the 60s, the 70s, the 80s!, the 90s!, the new millennium!, this last decade!!, one-hundred years of Oppression and no change!  African what more do you need to know?

In 1914, W. E. B. Du Bois asked four-thousand Africans from all walks of life,

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