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Well /pol/?
What do you have to say for yourself?



The jig is up.
Your shame has been exposed for all the world to see.
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what shame are you talking about?
your pic says the white man restored order.
and no, i'm not clicking a plebbit link because it's irrelevant.
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>Be white american, just recently back from the hell of fighting in World War 1
>Just two years after the Bolshevik revolution in Russia

>In late 1919 the 'Progressive Farmers and Household Union of America' organized resistance among blacks in the Elaine area: black women stopped working in domestic positions in white households, and the union demanded higher wages for cotton pickers.
>The union had also hired (((((((((((((lawyers)))))))))))))) at the state capital and planned to sue landlords for shares allegedly withheld from tenant farmers and sharecroppers.
>, representatives
>On September 29, approximately 100 African-American farmers met with two deputized white men and a black trusteeat a church met at a church near Elaine to discuss how to obtain fairer settlements.
>Union advocates brought armed guards to protect the meeting. Shots were exchanged. One of the white men, Railroad Policeman W.D. Adkins was killed, and the other white man wounded
>It was never determined who shot first.

Fuck unions. All they are is a crypto commie outfit. If you’re in a union, kill yourself, because it just means you can’t hold a real job because you’re incompetent
>Bryan A. Stevenson is an American lawyer, social justice activist, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative


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>Stevenson has acquired six acres of former public housing land in Montgomery for the development of a new project, the Memorial for Peace and Justice, to commemorate the nearly 4,000 lynchings that took place in the South from 1877 to 1950.

>The Memorial to Peace and Justice, informally known as the National Lynching Memorial, is a national memorial planned to commemorate the victims of lynching in America, and is expected to open in 2018.


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