The Haitian Revolution

America Banned Enslaved People From Reading To Keep Them From Duplicating It

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I’m old enough to remember when Black History Month was only Black History Week. Not only was the whole history of Blackness able to be condensed into five school days, there were apparently only seven or eight stories worthy of being told which we learned about, year after year, as if there were…

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William Spivey

William Spivey

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