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Is Candace Owens Dangerous To The African American Community?
An idea then became a reality for the rule to outlaw reading, and uncontrolled speech for people in servitude.
"After the slave revolt led by Nat Turner in 1831, all slave states except Maryland, Kentucky, and Tennessee passed laws against teaching slaves to read, and write." - Smithsonian American Art Museum
In an era of complete disconnection from original heritage. The African American has now become American. The term American was originally dictated as meaning a free country. It has no ties to natural sovereignty, but commercial commerce. As a nation of creditors, and debtors. If asked," what is your heritage? Most will say African, and the rebuttal will be what location, and tribe. Most will say, " I don't know; I'm from New York." A person that is lost in natural identity is lost mentally. Natural identity gradually makes someone into what they become over time, says the data research of Psychological Today Media Network. A bright young lady was born in Stamford, CT, and developed a character of survival by way of analyzing data, and experiences in society. The lady is known by the name Candace Owens. The idea for any person that has an African background to speak in a mindset of checks, and balances in public; has always been frowned upon. As her new venture called The Greatest Lie Ever Told; has many asking questions about the Black Lives Matter Organization. Miss Owens in her own words asked the question," Where is the money?" As the African American community lash out against her; the question should be asked, how can anyone attack someone that they can't understand mentally?
"I have found that, to make a contented slave, it is necessary to make a thoughtless one. It is necessary to darken his moral, and mental vision, and, as far as possible, to annihilate the power of reason." - Frederick Douglass
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