October 31, 2013
Angela Roberts-Burton = Not slaves; but enslaved2013-05-25T09:37:03-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/a6f/20130525095028003_hd.jpgShe explains how 'Words have Power' and why so-named African Americans should never call their ancestors "slaves" for they were enslaved.
She explains how 'Words have Power' and why so-named African Americans should never call their ancestors "slaves" for they were enslaved.
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