Accurate accounts of history can reveal fascinating
nuggets of truth and moments in time that gives
us deeper and more meaningful insights of our
ancestral past and our true identity.
When students are miseducated and can
only glean from unfavorable stories and stereotypes
reported on the news, read in newspapers, heard on
radio, seen in movies and on television... they
end up having little to no respect or appreciation for
African Americans because of negative slants, etc.
In far too many cases, African Americans are grossly
over-looked or hardly ever described in a positive light
to any of us. The children and our world should be
righteously taught the truth about African Americans
both historically and currently.
History helps us to dig deeper to see the importance of
slavery to the American narrative. It helps us better
understand the cause and effects of slavery and see how
and why people of color are still being racially
How can one promote liberty, freedom and
democracy, on one hand, and a system of
subjugation and exploitation of people of
a different hue... on the other?
True history helps us to understand ourselves and the
world around us. It gives us a clearer picture of how the
various aspects of society works and how people have
behaved, generation after generation, in an effort to impose
their delusional idea that a superior race exists.
Many historians are credited as people who, without
compromise, pursue truth, by way of fact. On the other
hand, revisionist historians capitalize on the historian's
professional credibility, and present their pseudo history
as true scholarship. By adding a measure of credibility to
the work of revised history, the ideas of the revisionist
historians are more readily accepted in the public mind
and tends to fit their political, social, and ideological
These devious lies have revealed an arrogance and
entitlement which has affected every generation of
humanity, and sadly, this disinformation is still being
condoned, promoted and actively embraced by those who
would rather live generational lies... than face the truth.
Our collective past, from the first civilizations, the middle
ages and into the modern era are overflowing with
astounding discoveries of strong, faithful and fearless
people who, may not be mentioned in our classroom
books, but they have contributed greatly and provided
strong and sound shoulders for us all to stand on.
Lies and distortions about our racist legacy have
laid the deceptive groundwork for imminent
catastrophes, i.e., racial indifferences, injustice,
systemic oppression, redlining neighborhoods,
inequalities, police profiling, police brutality, mass
incarceration and many other expressions of
hostility and/or discriminatory practices.
These historical distortions and/or ideologies
were created by those who came before us and
they passed these distortions and/or ideological
influences on to generations following them.