10 forms of slavery blacks endure today (largely without realizing it)

print Black activists and Democrat-oriented sympathizers have it easy. They complain bitterly about statues of Confederate notables such as Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest and, in Virginia, Gen. ┬áLee, the great gentleman and military visionary of Southern independence. Their argument is simple. These statues represent the southern Confederacy and its men, some of whom had slaves. Therefore, Lee others are racists, bigots and wicked. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 1240 AM 92.7 FM It is easy for these activists to get public sympathy for their cause, since most people would agree that racism, bigotry and wickedness are bad. Having made that … Continue reading 10 forms of slavery blacks endure today (largely without realizing it)