Why a Civil War, The Voting Rights Act and the Presidential Defeat of a Carnival Barker Did Not End America’s Race Dance

A powerful post from the Public Blogger

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It’s hard to say what I want my legacy to be when I’m long gone. – the late would have been great Aallyah

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from MELLOW episode 7 of Keith Broke A Leg, this is Into the Wild 


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Why a Civil War, The Voting Rights Act and the Presidential Defeat
of a Carnival Barker Did Not End America’s Race Dance

written & edited by Kendall F. Person

Until this morn, I could never imagine the perils of a raided history having a chance at redemption. The attempted distortion of the present and past as we are playing witness too on an international political stage, leaves most in a state of utter disbelieve. How the United States of America – one of the most powerful empires in world history  –  could find itself balancing such a disgraceful fall from grace in only 240 years? How could 150 years after the fall…

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