U.S. HISTORY: “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro” / Frederick Douglass / Read by James Earl Jones

1 thought on “U.S. HISTORY: “The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro” / Frederick Douglass / Read by James Earl Jones

  1. Black is beautiful- Lived thru the awful days of inhuman acts. I believe I am asended from being black from since life began in evolution we all descent from Africa, therefore I feel the pain of the slaves of the past. I am consdered ‘white’ .

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