Obama Executive Order 13603 Authorizes Slavery In The US - Bobby Powell - Published on Aug 30, 2013 - Slavery is once more legal in the United States. In this episode of The Truth Is Viral, host Bob Powell reveals language buried deep inside Executive Order 13603, which Barack Obama signed into law on March 16th 2012 that gives the Federal gov't the legal authority to force any person into de facto slavery. [...]

Obama Executive Order 13603 Authorizes Slavery In The US - Bobby Powell - Published on Aug 30, 2013 - Slavery is once more legal in the United States. In this episode of The Truth Is Viral, host Bob Powell reveals language buried deep inside Executive Order 13603, which Barack Obama signed into law on March 16th 2012 that gives the Federal gov't the legal authority to force any person into de facto slavery. [...]

This part of American History cannot be forgotten nor ignored.  There has been compensation and conversations in reguards to the Native Americans, Jewish, and Japenese people that America felt responsible for it's poor actions (or lack there of) and mistakes, feeling obligated to award financial benefits.  Why is this "The Black Holocaust" and it's decendents not properly recognized?

This part of American History cannot be forgotten nor ignored. There has been compensation and conversations in reguards to the Native Americans, Jewish, and Japenese people that America felt responsible for it's poor actions (or lack there of) and mistakes, feeling obligated to award financial benefits. Why is this "The Black Holocaust" and it's decendents not properly recognized?

December marked 149th anniversary of abolition of slavery in the US, but battle to end enslavement of African-Americans began long before the Civil War

December marked 149th anniversary of abolition of slavery in the US, but battle to end enslavement of African-Americans began long before the Civil War

5 Things About Slavery You Probably Didn't Learn In Social Studies: A Short Guide To 'The Half Has Never Been Told'

5 Things About Slavery You Probably Didn't Learn In Social Studies: A Short Guide To 'The Half Has Never Been Told'

In the play Mama explains how the thing she had to worry about when she was young was getting to the North and away from slavery and suffering. She could pin this in memory of people she lost or things, literal or not, that were taken from her.

Slavery in the United States - Children who were born to slaves began working as soon as they were able.

Slavery in the United States - Children who were born to slaves began working as soon as they were able.

Born into slavery in Thomasville, Georgia, on March 21, 1856, Henry Ossian Flipper was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, in 1873. Over the next four years he overcame harassment, isolation, and insults to become West Point’s first African American graduate and the first African American commissioned officer in the regular U.S. Army.

Born into slavery in Thomasville, Georgia, on March 21, 1856, Henry Ossian Flipper was appointed to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York, in 1873. Over the next four years he overcame harassment, isolation, and insults to become West Point’s first African American graduate and the first African American commissioned officer in the regular U.S. Army.

Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a holiday in the United States honoring African American heritage by commemorating the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. State of Texas in 1865. Celebrated on June 19, the term is a combination of June and nineteenth

Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a holiday in the United States honoring African American heritage by commemorating the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. State of Texas in 1865. Celebrated on June 19, the term is a combination of June and nineteenth

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