Common Sense and Ten Hills Farm: Tales of Terrible Historic Ignorance

Slavery was a major piece of America and its way of life during the colonial period, which shan’t be ignored.

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In the current day and age, it is essentially morally impossible to ignore the tragic and inhumane history which encapsulated the founding and establishment of the United States of America. Specifically, the mistreatment of both the native inhabitants of the lands which Europeans claimed, and those forced into slavery, are aspects of this nation’s history which simply cannot be swept under the rug.

The 1619 Project is an example of an initiative which aims to further educate those about slavery.
During this time, oppression was, sadly, a way of life throughout the world, and America adopted it.

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Chris K

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