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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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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Native New Yorker. Pizza, Sports, Games, Life. Writing about whatever my heart desires. Follow me here and on Twitter for more articles!

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