As most of you know, I am not hardly a Beyonce fan. However, I have been a loyal football fan since elementary school. Recently for the last couple of years, I haven’t been feeling the super bowl due to its glaring singling out and unjust treatment of its black players like Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson. This time, it was the domain that was racially problematic, Emerald City-San Francisco. It’s was like the super bowl was being played in Berlinduring the 1930s, while it was feeding the sick and disabled to the ovens.
Remember the FortPillow Massacre
On the drizzly morning of April 12, 1864, many of the surviving black soldiers who witnessed the cruelty and murders testified to a Joint Committee Senate and House of Representatives in May 1864, a week after the massacre occurred.
“Union sources asserted that although their troops surrendered,
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