Day in the History of Racial Injustice

March 7, 2022 ~After 122 years of failure, a sudden, quiet success. The U.S. Senate unanimously passed the Emmett Till Antilynching Act, a law that makes lynching a federal hate crime. The House passed the bill in February by a 410-3 vote. The measure now goes to President Joe Biden for his signature. The firstContinue reading “Day in the History of Racial Injustice”

Day in the History of Racial Injustice

March 4, 1789 – The first U.S. Congress met for the first time, operating under the U.S. Constitution and cementing slavery, racism and injustice into existence. Most of the members of the 1789 congress were slave owners. The Constitution is racist, pro-slavery and reduced African-Americans to three-fifths of a (white) human being. The Congress isContinue reading “Day in the History of Racial Injustice”