Nonconformer – a person who does not conform to generally accepted standards or customs. Perspective 6 of 13 | The Slavery Project Nonconformers are an important part of society because they provide the rest of us with perspective, and most importantly – with options. They inadvertently push against the status quo which gets us toContinue reading “Society’s NONCONFORMERS”
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Its a Human Thang…
Bullies – Victims And the Game of Thrones Perspective 5 of 13 | The Slavery Project It is often said that life is a game. A look at history reveals a very clear pattern present in most societies since… Forever. And that is: As long as human beings have sought to oppress each other, theyContinue reading ” Its a Human Thang…”
If Not Now…Then When?
Open Letter to [Black] People of America It’s Time. The Healing is Now. *It’s Time. Love, Compassion, Healing Is waiting for You. Claim it. I see people have the desire to heal The DESIRE to…. What is holding you back? It is within you. You can feel it. I can feel it. Its Time toContinue reading “If Not Now…Then When?”
John Brown and the Underground Railroad
Perspective 3 of 13 | The Slavery Project If there is ONE person we have all heard of in black history, who stands out because we actually know who she was and what she did, We are all familiar with the Queen Harriet Tubman, neh Araminta Ross. The details of her story may not beContinue reading “John Brown and the Underground Railroad”
Why Chattel Slavery ?
Perspective 2 of 13 | The Slavery Project Slavery has a long Human history, never very pleasant for the person on the receiving end and at times downright ugly. And although it is not openly practiced today, it is for sure, a hidden market (Wayfair, ahem). The type of slavery practiced in the United StatesContinue reading “Why Chattel Slavery ?”
The BEAUTY of Black History
Perspective 1 of 13 | The Slavery Project You know, for the longest time I never knew black people in America had a history. “Back in my day” [I can’t believe I’m saying that] they didn’t teach anything at all about black history. There was a little paragraph that said your ancestors were slaves, accompaniedContinue reading “The BEAUTY of Black History”