When will African-American history be included in American history?
We African-Americans made these 50 states the greatest country in the world. As slaves we had the will to survive, to elect our first African-American president, Barack Hussein Obama. The good old boys will not control us, money cannot buy us, we are voting for the future of our children.
We must vote in every election including city, state and presidential election. That is our constitutional right. Call your families and friends in Kentucky. Our goal is to vote to ditch Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. If the voting lines are long, buy yourself a bucket of fried chicken, pass the bucket and wait to vote. Vote by any means necessary.
When you are summoned to service as a juror, hold your head up and do your civic duty. Think about the injustice to Trayvon Martin, and the evildoers who take food from your children and health care from your mothers. The evildoers refused to sign the immigration law, refused to compromise with President Obama to keep your family together.
Black History Month began in Chicago during the late summer of 1915. Carter G. Woodson, an alumnus at the University of Chicago, and his friends traveled from Washington, D.C., to participate in a national celebration of the 50-year anniversary of emancipation.
We are free, but we are not liberated from slave wages, forced to work two to three jobs to feed our families. The good old boys such as House Speaker John Boehner get richer off our hard work and slave pay.
I read the Daily Republic website, now you can follow me on Google. I want my 40 aces and a mule.