At Design.blog, nonprofit founder and former magazine journalist Lisa Katayama writes about the power of stories in an increasingly complex world.
https://blackthen.com/was-the-first-slave-owner-in-america-was-a-black-man/ The answer is a clear, No. This claim is just wrong and clearly propagandistic on many levels as respondents Vanguard and atwilliams8 indicated in reply to this ahistorical nugget. First, this is propaganda because it masks the racial development of early America. The man, John Punch, referred to by atwilliams8, lived at aContinue reading “Blogger, BlackThen asks, ‘Was The First Slave Owner In America A Black Man?’ | Black Then”
Take an exciting course exploring issues surrounding the case for reparations in the African Diaspora. AAS 300 will compare the case for reparations in the CARICOM states and that of African Americans in the U.S.