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Infected Blood

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The nurse's nightmare continues. F I R S T - P R E V I O U S - N E X T Section 0 Section 1 Section 2
death still life

speak to stones

death stilllife blood burningmouth lipsonce kissedteach torment in valleysugar& spiceslaves (slaves singthrough thisthrenody) so serpent said narratornot herein hell you&youwhoi & iwho who whotaught you terrorwaitunder tree for your shadowspeakswith othertongue tongue tellsdeath diligent kiss horizonbeforeit end so just soit...
Juneteenth

Black Women of The Abolitionist Movement

Unlike the uneducated boor on Pennsylvania Avenue most Americans are familiar with Juneteenth. At this poignant, harrowing, chaotic time I hope that my simple words...
Infected Blood

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A father's remorse. F I R S T - P R E V I O U S - N E X T Section 0 Section 1 Section 2
Fighting Back: The story of Black Resistance to Slavery

Black Slavery, Black Reistance

BLACK SLAVERY AND RESISTANCE I taught history for twenty-five years. My college major was American History, but, of course, like others at the time, I was taught the “happy slave” narrative. The other “historic” tale about Reconstruction was one...
Infected Blood

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Infected Blood

Section 2 - Page 6

The nurse's nightmare continues. F I R S T - P R E V I O U S - N E X T Section 0 Section 1 Section 2
death still life

speak to stones

death stilllife blood burningmouth lipsonce kissedteach torment in valleysugar& spiceslaves (slaves singthrough thisthrenody) so serpent said narratornot herein hell you&youwhoi & iwho who whotaught you terrorwaitunder tree for your shadowspeakswith othertongue tongue tellsdeath diligent kiss horizonbeforeit end so just soit...
Juneteenth

Black Women of The Abolitionist Movement

Unlike the uneducated boor on Pennsylvania Avenue most Americans are familiar with Juneteenth. At this poignant, harrowing, chaotic time I hope that my simple words can help in the push for equality that should have been given to Black people...