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"rosewood florida" Discussed on Life in HD

Life in HD

07:03 min | 11 months ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on Life in HD

"The tulsa. Oklahoma massacre of nineteen twenty one and the rosewood florida massacre of nineteen twenty-three are disturbing moments of racial history in america and i only learned of through the storytelling in pop culture. Welcome to life in hd. I'm jodi what we were taught. In schools about black history only scratches. The surface of the black lived experience in america the horrors of slavery and its post emancipation legacy have become the new focus of pop culture storyteller shows and movies like the watchman rosewood underground railroad and judas in the black messiah while fictional us little known and overlooked incidents of racial violence as a backdrop create new narratives on the historic suffering of black americans thanks to pulitzer prize winning author. David suck no yet. Another little known incident of horrific violence against black. People is getting national attention in his new book. Wilmington's lie the murderous coup of eighteen. Ninety eight in the rise of white supremacy zambrano investigates and organized political coupe designed to regain control of state government disenfranchise a thriving blank class and resulted in the deaths of sixty black people in wilmington north carolina. Here's our conversation. Hi david how are you. Hey i'm doing great how are you. I'm good well. Thank you for stopping by the telephone to talk to us about Wilmington wilmington's lie the murderous coup of eighteen ninety eight and the rise of white supremacy. It is a fascinating read. I let me say congratulations on the pulitzer thank. You must be exciting. Oh it was shocking and surprising. I'm still not sure it's really true. Well tell us a mistake. I don't think so this is. This is great work. Tell us about So i'm familiar through through popular culture. I should say not through anything learned in school. Familiar with the nineteen twenty one tulsa oklahoma massacre familiar with the nineteen three rosewood. Florida massacre. Tell us about the people. The black people black community in wilmington north carolina in eighteen nineties. it was a remarkable period In north carolina of wilmington was the largest city in north carolina and it was the only large southern city with a majority. Black population is fifty six percent black. it was probably the most Integrated city in the south of they were black men in positions of power the three of the ten city councilman where we're black men and ten of the twenty six policemen and they were black magistrates who actually ruled in court over white defendants and there were the postmaster. The treasurer the jailer. The corner raleigh. All black men there was a thriving black middle class And then a really solid Class of black professionals doctors and lawyers and professors and ultimate the this was more than the white supremacists could bear in. The white supremacists had been dominating black people in dominating wilmington since before the civil war in three reconstruction and Because of an election that Where black voters joined with white republicans of white supremacists we're faced with Black men in position the power that they had to answer to and they weren't going to let it stand so essentially aside from Racial hatred this was a power grab in in political in political circles absolutely was the was a white supremacist. Ku yes so. Did this happening in eighteen. Ninety eight in your opinion or research somehow influence those activities in tulsa in rosewood. Or or all these all sort of separate isolated horrible periods in our history. I think in some ways. I it served as a model and a bit of inspiration. What was unique about wilmington from all the other so-called quote race riots in our nation's history. All of those almost all of them were spontaneous outbursts of white rage. That had been building for a while and usually precipitated by some sort of contact between a black man. in a white woman. Such as the black elevator operator in tulsa and the white woman Wilmington was unique in that it was premeditated and planned over a period of months announced beforehand. So it was in no way spontaneous. it was planned Even selected the date It was completely different. But i think it did serve as As inspiration for white supremacists across the south as it showed that white people could murder black men. Keep them from voting removed from office. Overthrow government and face no consequences. No one was ever tried or or much less convicted. No one was ever held accountable. So i really do. Think that wasn't inspiration to white writes princess across the south and really served as as a template for how to oppress the black vote and keep Black men out of office and keep voting and they they attempted to not attempt today were successful at controlling narratives are about black people creating issues where none existed and that they were contributing to crime overlooking crime stoked fears of of raping white women. And we see that throughout history but it it really took hold their In wilmington yeah. There was a very impressive ineffective sake news campaign and at the time as you know. Newspapers were king. It was really the only source of knows and the biggest newspaper in the state was in raleigh. It was run by white supremacists name josephus daniels and he portrayed a black men as quote black beast rate that was the term used and he reported falsely that there was an epidemic of rapes of white women by black men. He just made up stories of of rapes. That didn't occur and at the same time he also told his white readers. That black men were not intelligent enough Or capable enough to vote intelligently much less whole public office and then he ran a campaign to convince whites that the government in wilmington which was blacks and whites was a corrupt and ineffective and that as you mentioned earlier black authorities were not Cracking down on crime by black men by black man but we're oppressing whites and they called it negro rule and negro domination and.

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Media news. Which got carla all right. Let's talk about mary j. blige she dropped a trailer yesterday to promote her upcoming documentary about the iconic album my life so let me just say this all of you all that mary j. blige fans like i am. We cannot wait this track. Your minna read. This was the album my life. This was the album talking about. What's the four one one day. My life every cut on there was the jam so she is releasing this for her fans so we can't wait for the documentary. We also also have to give a shout out to mary j. blige she was inducted into the walk of fame at the apollo theater on friday. Grad me us very j. I can't wait a minute. This documentary also music news. Megan thee stallion the baby. They all lead nominees and nominations for the bt awards. It's going down. June twenty-seventh cardi b. drake's up in that piece as well with five nominations apiece bt awards. Twenty twenty one june twenty seven eight pm on the now it was previously announced that it will have a live audience at the bt award as opposed to last year the virtual format. So we shall see. It'll be interesting to check it out. Can wait seems like award shows are backs of the bt awards. And that's that's what. I have four. Yeah and other entertainment news. On the first episode of the latest season of lebron james the shop uninterrupted a jay z revealed. Just what an impact. The birth of his daughter blue ivy had on him. Which they steve cole. Story about follow dea. Mix very good funny. Oh jay z. Oh okay well well. This one's cute cute story on the on the show. He shared that he didn't learn how to swim until blue was born. And why you ask well. for jay. z was a shift in perspective if she ever fell into the water and i couldn't get her. I couldn't even fathom the thought. He also said that. His accomplishments no big deal to a blue telling the story of when he received his nomination to the rock and roll hall of fame back in february. He says he told her. This ain't no celebration and you give me a kiss. I'm in the hall of fame. He says she just said bye. Dad you got a grammy us live. Yeah but you can tell the story. Glad we have time what i mean. No i mean it's it's all night is better. He taylor disliked where he told. Oh okay okay let's check. He's not here well here here. We got thirty seconds so we telling us to issue to bring in going with it. I ain't i. I didn't hear the whole interview flew avi story that was cute. Cute like ignace stuff on ivy tone. Her dad i'm gonna tell you by steve. Okay i'm for headlines go ahead you do it now it. It's time for a headlines. Please welcome the trip k. Thank you very much. Well as promised president biden visit tulsa oklahoma. Yesterday spoke clearly as he mourned one of the worst acts of racist murder in the us history. The massacre one hundred years ago of some three hundred black men women and children what was then called black wall street. History of what took place here was told in. Silence cloaked in darkness but just because history is silent. It doesn't mean that it did not take place. Social studies teachers never taught it or any of the massacres. Some twelve hundred black owned homes businesses were looted and then burned to the ground by vicious jealous. White mobs mobsters The victims insurance claims were denied. So over ten thousand residents were left destitute and homeless and place in internment camps. The president says quote literal. Hell was unleashed on that neighborhood by the way the destruction of black wall street was not the first or the last massacre of upwardly mobile black americans. In this country there were to a dozen at least others including rosewood. Florida and wilmington north carolina and the object was always the same to keep african americans living conditions below that of even the lowest and dumps whites. The usual reason us some black man supposedly assaulted a white woman which was usually if not always ally. I have a map marking many the mass murder sites on my facebook page. Check it out one. That's not on the map. Though was the massacre in the town of ponce. Puerto rico on march twenty first nineteen thirty seven where police shot the peaceful protesters. They're killing nineteen and injuring over two hundred on another matter. Presents still hoping to work out a deal with republicans on infrastructure. Mr biden scheduled to get together later today with west. Virginia republican shelley moore capito and last look the democrats wanted one point seven trillion bucks to fix the nation's roads and bridges republicans offering only nine hundred twenty eight billion with a b. dollars. A man who works for cnn who worked security for its broadcast in the wake of the murder of george. Floyd has filed a civil rights lawsuit against two white minnesota state patrol officers one male one female who arrested him and held in for twenty hours. Michael cooper's black says he was standing among a bunch of other credited news crews when he and the only hispanic omar jimenez were arrested. None of the white news crews members was taken into custody. He wants a jury trial in monetary damages. And get this you listening sit down. According to a business insider story. Donald trump is telling friends. He's going to be reinstated as president in august pro. Trumpers like that. My pillow guy. Mike lindell had been pushing this new baseless claim for months new york times reporter. Maggie haberman says trump telling friends. You'll be sitting president in a couple of months even though that's not how things work in this country and finally is coming back. Atlantic hurricane season officially started yesterday. Meteorologists are predicting as many as twenty name stores between now and the end of november will now back to the steve harvey morning show. You're listening to dave party morning. Show everybody distinguished guests. This morning is one of the highest ranking and longest serving african american business executives. A wall street. He broke barriers about throwing open. The doors of all white wall street boardrooms and rose to the top of his profession. While mentoring the next generation of leaders and last october he announced that he was running for the mayor of new york city and he pledged to leave the city into his greatest and most inclusive comeback in history I wanna introduce tr. I've known him for years. This is a personal friend of mine. i got him on the show because i'm vouching for him and giving him one hundred percent support. Because i know who this man really is. Please welcome to the show new york city. Mayoral candidate Mr ray mcguire welcome bit family. I'm live now. Y'all lifting you fully lit now understand from where i come from. Okay yes and speaking of that. Because from dayton house. Four.

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"I hope the lost I prayed you would lose. He wants He's the legitimate president of the United States. I cannot convince people certain groups by my words, but I will tell you by my actions that maybe I among any above all others in this body need to say this. Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are lawfully elected and will become the president and the vice president, United States on January the 20th Lindsay, if you would have said that immediately after the election, If more of you scared asked was in the GOP would have stood up to your pimp and told the truth that the election wasn't stolen that the election wasn't compromised that your votes mattered. But we lost fair and square. If you always said that, then maybe just maybe. None of this would have probably happened yesterday. Okay, if you waited until after it was an attempted coup to speak up, then yeah. You're too late. Okay? What is literally just too many people to blame here. You got Donald Trump Jr saying this yesterday. So to those Republicans, you haven't opportunity. Today You can be a hero or you can be a zero and the choice is yours. But we are all watching. Two's wisely. If you don't fight in the face of glaring irregularities, it's statistical impossibilities True. Again with all that Donald Trump still love them. You heard him. Say it himself. I know your pain. I know you're hurt. We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election. But you have to go home. Now We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great people in law in order. There's never been a time like this where such a thing happened where they could take it away from all of us. But we can't play into the hands of these people. We have to have peace. So go home. We love you. You're very special. You're very special. Even with rhetoric like that you have the next president. Our next commander in chief, still not telling America the truth about itself. Listen to Joe Biden. After all the aftermath yesterday, scenes of chaos in the capital do not reflect the true America do not represent who we are. Joe Biden. You're 78 years old. You were born in 1942. You know as well as I do that This is exactly who America is. I'm so sick of y'all saying this isn't America. Yes, This is America, and it's always been America. The white privilege. The entitlement. This is how white man is flavored. Mobs have acted since the beginning of time in this country whenever they feel like they're losing Power. Okay, whenever they feel like they're losing political power whenever black people gain political influence on our financial influence, Google Black Wall Street when I'll crack and destroyed the Greenwood District in Tokyo, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Google in 200 white men attacked the black community in Rosewood, Florida, killing over 30, Black men, women and Children. Joe Biden, You are alive through the Jim Crow South. You are alive during the Civil Rights era. You're alive when JFK got shot. MLK Jr Malcolm X. If this isn't America, what is And and tell people like you acknowledges is America and it's always been America. This country will never get the reboot. It truly need. What happened with Trump the last four years. What happened yesterday on that Capitol building is what happens when white privileged white entitlement and white rage goes unchecked America You created that mag a monster If you treated white terrorists the way you treated Ahmad Aubrey, you wouldn't have these problems if you treated white terrorists the way you treated Emmett till you wouldn't have these problems if you treated white terrorists the way you treat a breach Taylor. You wouldn't have these problems. All of those people I just named received. The ultimate severe is punishment for nothing. They never committed crimes. Meanwhile, we saw that terrorist organization known is our cracker stormed the capital building yesterday and nothing happened to them. Donald Trump once tweeted that people who vandalize or damaged federal buildings in any of our cities and states will be prosecuted under our recently enacted Statue and Monuments Act, minimum 10 years in prison well, Lock them up..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:40 min | 2 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Better known as Sandy. He's a professor of public policy at Duke University and co author of From Here to Equality Reparations for Black Americans in the 21st Century. Hi, Sandy. Thanks for having me also a Tiffany Crutcher, founder of the Terence Crutcher Foundation and descendant of a survivor from the 1921 tells a massacre. Tiffany. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here to tell us, Tiffany. What is the case for reparations in Tulsa? Well, The case for reparations is simply this almost 100 years ago. My great grandmother's Beloved community. Greenwood, also known as Black Wall Street. Was burnt to the ground by mobs of white rioters. And I'm sure you have follow up questions but was never atoned for We never received compensation. Retribution. Um and they robbed us of our generational wealth. And here we are, almost 100 years later. Fighting for those survivors fighting for the descendants fighting for the last known living survivor. One of the last known Bessie Linen feel, Randall. In hopes that she would see some form of justice or abatement before God calls her home. Yeah, it was your grant. Great grandmother was a survivor's, he said. Can you tell us her story? Yes. Rebecca Brown Creature eyes my father's grandmother and shamefully. Unfortunately, I didn't know she endured. What she called at the time that told a race riot. I left and went to college and people would ask where you're from, and I would sell them to. Also Oklahoma and people from Chicago, L. A New York would immediately say, Black Wall Street or the Tulsa race riot and after the third time Of course, I played it off because I didn't want people to think I didn't know about my own city. I went home and I said, Dad, What are these? People talking about what my classmates talking about, And that's when he told me about what happened. Tio. We call her mama Brown back a brown Crutcher. She had to flee in fear of her life. She had a business on Black Wall Street, a barbecue pit. Her and her family and she jumped on back of a truck to get out of harm's way on as she was Liying. I think she went off to some creep land to Moscow, G Oklahoma. Which is about 40 Miles east of Tulsa. She saw the burning and killing of unarmed people and often Stop and ponder. What was she feeling? You know what was she thinking? What was going through her mind and, ah, few years later, she whispered to my dad. You know, when Martin Luther King was killed in the riots broke out all over and she whispered to my dad that happened here and my dad had just got back from Vietnam and my dad said, Why are you whispering? She said. Well, they told us if we ever said anything about it, it would happen again. And that's the fear. They instilled. Ah, and in our ancestors in those survivors, and I beloved But, you know Community, and so they never talked about it, Which is why we never knew about it and you'll hear that story throughout the community. They didn't teach us in middle school or high school in Oklahoma history we learned about Trail of tears. They never taught us what happened. Two are thriving black community and I played on that sacred land and didn't know I was playing on sacred ground. Sandy. It's interesting when we were still here. This term Tulsa race riot which you know really, I guess annoys me. I still so eyes on the New York Times that phrase. It seems to me to really remove the agency off. The rioters. If you will, the mob of white people who who, I guess, acted and destroyed thes businesses killed hundreds of people. It was more like what we would refer to as a PA Graham or a massacre or even ethnic cleansing in my right I prefer to use the term massacre to describe what happened in Tulsa of unfortunately, what happened in Tulsa was one of the more extreme instances of a Siri's. Of these white terror campaigns that took place across the United States from the end of the civil war up until the 19 forties, which resulted in intimidation of black Americans, particularly intended to prevent them from participating in the political process. It resulted in the destruction or theft of their personal property, which is something that happened on an extensive basis in Tulsa, and it was accompanied by a Siri's of outright murderers and black people. The year 1919 in particular, two years before the Tulsa massacre featured upwards of 32 35 of these programs that took place both north and south in the United States and led to that particular year summer being referred to as the red Summer of 1919. It's interesting that the only instance that I believe some form of restitution has actually been made is in the case of Rosewood, Florida. A massacre that took place in 1923, where the state of Florida has made some limited restitution to the victims and their descendants. But that's interesting in another way, because the state of Florida was actually one of the bloodiest states in the United States with respect to these massacres. And no restitution has been provided for for for the for the white mob violence that took place in other parts of the state. Sandi Tiffany referred to the loss of generational wealth, which is an idea that's really I think, Gained mo mentum in recent years. How do we understand? How do you quantify? This loss when we're talking about reparations. The beginning of the intergenerational loss actually starts with the deprivation of the formerly enslaved the deprivation of the 40 acres and restitution that they were promised a TTE the same time the federal government was providing 160 acre tracts of land. Two white families that in quotes settled in the western part of the United States. On DH thes tracts of land. These allocations went to upwards of one million White families that resulted in the situation where today 45 million living white descendants are beneficiaries of those of those land grants a TTE the same time the formerly enslaved were given nothing and therefore did not have an opportunity to transfer wealth across generations. The Net effect is that we observe a situation today where black Americans constitute about 13% of the nation's population, but only possess about 2.5% of the nation's wealth. This translates into an average differential across households of $800,000. In a gap in the net worth between black and white households. That's an average you're saying that's an average that's profound, isn't it? Tiffany? What is a racial wealth gap? Like in Tulsa today. Wow. Well, whites make 50% more than blacks here in Tulsa, Oklahoma is just evident and we make up about 15% of the population. Here. But if you come to Tulsa, Arun You'll see that those the same railroad tracks that divided the white side of town from the north side of town from Black Wall Street. Those same railroad tracks still symbolise the same thing today. We live in a tale of two cities. And so a child's life expectancy in North Tulsa, which is the black side of town is 10 years less In a child's life expectancy. In another ZIP code..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Better known as Sandy. He's a professor of public policy at Duke University and co author of From Here to Equality Reparations for Black Americans in the 21st Century. Hi, Sandy. Thanks for having me also with Tiffany Crutcher, founder of the Terence Crutcher Foundation and descendant of a survivor from the 1921 tells a massacre. Tiffany. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much. I'm glad to be here. To tell us, Tiffany. What is the case for reparations in Tulsa? Well, The case for reparations is simply this almost 100 years ago. My great grandmother's Beloved community. Greenwood, also known as Black Wall Street. Was burnt to the ground by mobs of white rioters. And I'm sure you have follow up questions but was never atoned for We never received compensation. Retribution. Um and they robbed us of our generational wealth. And here we are, almost 100 years later. Fighting. For those survivors fighting for the descendants fighting for the last known living survivor, one of the last known Bessie leaning Feel Randall in hopes that she would see some form of justice or abatement before God calls her home. Yeah, I mean well, said your grandpa Great grandmother was a survivor's He said, Can you tell us your story? Yes. Rebecca Brown Creature eyes. My father's grandmother and Shamefully. Unfortunately, I didn't know she endured what she called at the time that told a race riot. Um, I left and went to college and people would ask where you're from, and I would tell them towards Oklahoma and people from Chicago L. A New York Would immediately say, Black Wall Street or the Tulsa race riot and after the third time Of course, I played it off because I didn't want people to think I didn't know about my own city. I went home and I said, Dad, What are these? People talking about what my classmates talking about, and That's when he told me about what happened to we call her mama Brown Black or Brown Crutcher. Um, she had to flee. In fear of her life. She had a business on Black Wall Street, a barbecue pit her and her family, and she jumped on back of a truck to get out of harm's way. Ah, And as she was Liying, I think she went off to some creep land to Moscow, G Oklahoma, which is about 40 Miles east of Tulsa. Ah, she saw the burning and killing of unarmed people. And often. Stop and ponder. What was she feeling? You know what was she thinking? What was going through her mind and Ah, A few years later, she whispered to my dad. You know, when Martin Luther King was killed in the riots broke out all over and she whispered to my dad that happened here. And my dad had just got back from Vietnam and my dad said, Why are you whispering? And she said, Well, they told us if we ever said anything about it, it would happen again. And that's the fear they instilled. And in our ancestors in those survivors, and I beloved, you know. Community, and so they never talked about it. Which is why we never knew about it and you'll hear that story throughout our community. They didn't teach us in middle school or high school in Oklahoma history. We learned about the trail of tears, but they never taught us. What happened? You are thriving black community and I played on that sacred land and didn't know I was playing on sacred ground. Sandy. It's interesting when we were still here. This term toss a race riot, which you know really, I guess annoys me. I still sell ice on The New York Times that phrase. It seems to me to really remove the agency of The rioters. If you will, the mob of white people who who, I guess, acted and destroyed thes businesses killed hundreds of people. It was more like what we would refer to as a Pa Graham or or a massacre or even ethnic cleansing in my right I prefer to use the term massacre to describe what happened in Tulsa of unfortunately, what happened in Tulsa was one of the more extreme instances of a Siri's. Of these white terror campaigns that took place across the United States from the end of the civil war up until the 19 forties, which resulted in intimidation of black Americans, particularly intended to prevent them from participating in the political process. It resulted in the destruction or theft of their personal property, which is something that happened on an extensive basis in Tulsa, and it was accompanied by a Siri's of outright murderers and black people. Ah, the year 1919 in particular, two years before the Tulsa massacre. Featured upwards of 32 35 of these programs that took place both north and south in the United States and and led to that particular year summer being referred to as the red Summer of 1919. It's interesting that the only instance that I believe some form of restitution has actually been made is in the case of Rosewood, Florida of massacre that took place in 1923, where the state of Florida has made some limited restitution. To the victims and their descendants. But that's interesting in another way, because the state of Florida was actually one of the bloodiest states in the United States with respect to these massacres, and no restitution has been provided for for for the for the white mob violence that took place in other parts of the state. Sandi Tiffany referred to the loss of generational wealth, which is an idea that's really I think, Gained mo mentum in recent years. How do we understand? How do you quantify? This loss when we're talking about reparations. The beginning of the intergenerational loss actually starts with the deprivation of the formerly enslaved the deprivation of the 40 acres and restitution that they were promised a TTE the same time the federal government was providing 160 acre tracts of land. Two white families that in quotes settled in the western part of the United States on and the's tracts of land. These allocations went to upwards of one million Ah white families that resulted in a situation where today 45 million living white descendants are beneficiaries of those of those land grants a TTE the same time the formerly enslaved were given nothing and therefore did not have an opportunity to transfer wealth across generations. The Net effect is that we observe a situation today where black Americans constitute about 13% of the nation's population, but only possess about 2.5% of the nation's wealth. This translates into an average differential across households of $800,000. In a gap in the net worth between black and white households. That's an average you're saying that's an average that's profound. Isn't Tiffany what is a racial wealth gap? Like in Tulsa today..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Halfway between Tampa and Tallahassee, a hundred yards off state route, twenty four and ten miles from the next town stands a handsome Pale Yellow House with decorative white trim on the two story porch. The house was the only survivor of an episode of such extraordinary violence that it boggles the mind how quickly and completely it was swept under the rug. An entire community was burned to the ground in an incident of racist asymmetrical warfare. And most people have never even heard of it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The community had been or technically still is Rosewood, Florida. It was settled by both black and white people twenty years before the civil war, but the Jim. Crow segregation in the Post Bellum decades put a clear divide into the community. The town was incorporated in eighteen seventy after it got a post office on a train stop and was named Rosewood for the Pink Cedars that were also the base of its economy. Residents worked in lumber, yards, mills, and even a pencil factory. Until the cedars had been overharvested, and the factories began to close. Most of the white residents moved to nearby sumner. But one couple John and Mary right who ran the general store? They were kind to their neighbors, and were known to Slip Candy to the black kids who hung out at the store, possibly because their own children had died young. The white flight continued into the nineteen twenties when Rose Woods population of about two hundred was entirely black plus the rights. The little hamlet got by just fine. Until New Year's Day nineteen twenty-three. Over in Sumner, a woman named Fanny Taylor woke her neighbors, saying a black man had broken into her house and attacked her. Rather than alert sheriff, her husband immediately gathered a group of men. Including clansmen who were in the area for a rally and a tracking dog. the, dog, lead them to the railroad tracks, which led to Rosewood. The mob, which would grow to be three hundred strong got it in their head that they were looking for a black man named Jesse Hunter who had escaped from a chain gang. The dog ran through the open door of a house and back out with that of wagon tracks. When the homeowner swore that no one else had been in his house, the mob tied him to the back of a car and dragged him down a dirt road. Then they tracked down the owner of the wagon whose tracks the dog sniffed. When he also claimed ignorance and innocence, the mob mutilated and killed him. The mob came to the House of Sarah carrier the Taylor's laundries. Two dozen people most of them. Children were hiding inside having heard what was going on already driven out of their homes by fear. For whatever reason the mob was sure that carrier was hiding Jesse Hunter. They fired on the House and carrier. Sons returned fire. When it was over both Sarah and her son Sylvester carrier had been fatally shot, though Sylvester had managed to kill two of their assailants. Had, anyone bothered to talk to Sarah carrier about Fannie, Taylor. She would have been able to tell them about Taylor's lover. Her white lover who she had been with before the attack. As, the mob kicked in the front door of the carrier house, the people hiding inside fled out the back door to the relative safety of the nearby. Swampy Woods. Not. All were able to get away though. Carriers, other son James was found by the mob who reportedly made him dig his own grave before killing him. The newspapers of the nearby towns caught wind of what was happening. They ran exaggerated. Retailing's of the siege of the carrier House and blatantly false reports of roving bands of armed black citizens. Seeing that even more white men poured into Rosewood believing that a race war had broken out. Apparently it's only a race war when the race you're targeting fights back. The manhunt and terror campaign wasn't confined to that single night, but stretched on for nearly a week. The longer, the mob failed to find hunter, the more agitated and angry became. They weren't about to go home empty-handed. Not when the honor of a white woman was on the line. So they put Rosewood to the torch starting with their church. The mob set fire to homes and shot the people who fled the flames. One woman Lexi Gordon sent her children into the woods to hide as the mob approached, but she was sick with typhoid fever and couldn't run with them. The mob shot her as she tried to hide under her burning house. So it went for days. Florida's governor offered to send in the National Guard to help, but the sheriff declined saying that he had the situation under control. The Sheriff did help some black residents to flee, but he definitely did not have the situation under control, not by even the most generous interpretation of phrase. The terror almost subsided, but gained momentum again on January the seventh when more men joined them off to finish off the town. They burned every building still standing. Every building except one. The home of Rose Woods only white family. Some of the residents who didn't escape into the swamp ran to the rights house. John and Mary hit people in their attic in their closets. Even in their well anywhere, they could put a person to try to keep them safe. John Persuaded the White conductors of a freight train that came through town to take people with them. The conductors agreed but only women and children. Didn't want to risk drawing the attention or the anger of the mob by helping black men to escape. When it was over after more than a week of murder, arson and terror. Official reports said that only eight people had been killed, two white and six black. Survivors counted at least twenty seven dead mini, Langley recalled stepping over several bodies on the Porch of Sarah. Carriers House after the mob left. While claims that as many as a hundred and fifty were killed, have been refuted. The number was almost certainly higher than reported. In the years before the massacre at Rosewood Florida had more lynchings per capita than any other state. Several witnesses claimed to have seen a mass grave filled with black bodies. One remembered a plow brought from nearby Cedar Key that covered twenty six bodies. By the time, anyone took a serious interest in finding out the truth. Most of the witnesses were dead. Those who remained, were often to elderly and infirm to be of much help. Whether, it was six, dead or sixty, there were zero arrests the violence in Rosewood. No one return to their homes to rebuilt. Even John Wright who had saved so many of his neighbors met a miserable end. The white people in the surrounding towns knew that he helped black people during the siege, and he was ostracized. He turned to the bottle and died of exposure after passing out outside one night. A historic marker stands on the side of the road near the house. Some people stopped to shoot pictures of it. Others, just stop to shoot it. The current owner put the house up for sale, and it became too much for her to keep up in her old age. Her realtor daughter and son-in-law were careful where and how they advertised the house. The Rosewood Heritage! Foundation started a campaign to purchase the home, but were unable to secure the five hundred thousand dollar asking price. The. House sold earlier this year for three hundred thousand dollars though the new owners haven't made their intentions for the property public. In contrast to the little whistle, stop town of Rosebud. The Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa was.

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Hidden Histories - Rosewood, Tulsa, Chicago

Your Brain on Facts

04:22 min | 2 years ago

Hidden Histories - Rosewood, Tulsa, Chicago

"Halfway between Tampa and Tallahassee, a hundred yards off state route, twenty four and ten miles from the next town stands a handsome Pale Yellow House with decorative white trim on the two story porch. The house was the only survivor of an episode of such extraordinary violence that it boggles the mind how quickly and completely it was swept under the rug. An entire community was burned to the ground in an incident of racist asymmetrical warfare. And most people have never even heard of it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The community had been or technically still is Rosewood, Florida. It was settled by both black and white people twenty years before the civil war, but the Jim. Crow segregation in the Post Bellum decades put a clear divide into the community. The town was incorporated in eighteen seventy after it got a post office on a train stop and was named Rosewood for the Pink Cedars that were also the base of its economy. Residents worked in lumber, yards, mills, and even a pencil factory. Until the cedars had been overharvested, and the factories began to close. Most of the white residents moved to nearby sumner. But one couple John and Mary right who ran the general store? They were kind to their neighbors, and were known to Slip Candy to the black kids who hung out at the store, possibly because their own children had died young. The white flight continued into the nineteen twenties when Rose Woods population of about two hundred was entirely black plus the rights. The little hamlet got by just fine. Until New Year's Day nineteen twenty-three. Over in Sumner, a woman named Fanny Taylor woke her neighbors, saying a black man had broken into her house and attacked her. Rather than alert sheriff, her husband immediately gathered a group of men. Including clansmen who were in the area for a rally and a tracking dog. the, dog, lead them to the railroad tracks, which led to Rosewood. The mob, which would grow to be three hundred strong got it in their head that they were looking for a black man named Jesse Hunter who had escaped from a chain gang. The dog ran through the open door of a house and back out with that of wagon tracks. When the homeowner swore that no one else had been in his house, the mob tied him to the back of a car and dragged him down a dirt road. Then they tracked down the owner of the wagon whose tracks the dog sniffed. When he also claimed ignorance and innocence, the mob mutilated and killed him. The mob came to the House of Sarah carrier the Taylor's laundries. Two dozen people most of them. Children were hiding inside having heard what was going on already driven out of their homes by fear. For whatever reason the mob was sure that carrier was hiding Jesse Hunter. They fired on the House and carrier. Sons returned fire. When it was over both Sarah and her son Sylvester carrier had been fatally shot, though Sylvester had managed to kill two of their assailants. Had, anyone bothered to talk to Sarah carrier about Fannie, Taylor. She would have been able to tell them about Taylor's lover. Her white lover who she had been with before the attack. As, the mob kicked in the front door of the carrier house, the people hiding inside fled out the back door to the relative safety of the nearby. Swampy Woods. Not. All were able to get away though. Carriers, other son James was found by the mob who reportedly made him dig his own grave before killing him. The newspapers of the nearby towns caught wind of what was happening. They ran exaggerated. Retailing's of the siege of the carrier House and blatantly false reports of roving bands of armed black citizens. Seeing that even more white men poured into Rosewood believing that a race war had broken out. Apparently it's only a race war when the race you're targeting fights back. The manhunt and terror campaign wasn't confined to that single night, but stretched on for nearly a week.

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"Four and ten miles from the next town stands a handsome Pale Yellow House with decorative white trim on the two story porch. The house was the only survivor of an episode of such extraordinary violence that it boggles the mind how quickly and completely it was swept under the rug. An entire community was burned to the ground in an incident of racist asymmetrical warfare. And most people have never even heard of it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The community had been or technically still is Rosewood, Florida. It was settled by both black and white people twenty years before the civil war, but the Jim. Crow segregation in the Post Bellum decades put a clear divide into the community. The town was incorporated in eighteen seventy after it got a post office on a train stop and was named Rosewood for the Pink Cedars that were also the base of its economy. Residents worked in lumber, yards, mills, and even a pencil factory. Until the cedars had been overharvested, and the factories began to close. Most of the white residents moved to nearby sumner. But one couple John and Mary right who ran the general store? They were kind to their neighbors, and were known to Slip Candy to the black kids who hung out at the store, possibly because their own children had died young. The white flight continued into the nineteen twenties when Rose Woods population of about two hundred was entirely black plus the rights. The little hamlet got by just fine. Until New Year's Day nineteen twenty-three. Over in Sumner, a woman named Fanny Taylor woke her neighbors, saying a black man had broken into her house and attacked her. Rather than alert sheriff, her husband immediately gathered a group of men. Including clansmen who were in the area for a rally and a tracking dog. the, dog, lead them to the railroad tracks, which led to Rosewood. The mob, which would grow to be three hundred strong got it in their head that they were looking for a black man named Jesse Hunter who had escaped from a chain gang. The dog ran through the open door of a house and back out with that of wagon tracks. When the homeowner swore that no one else had been in his house, the mob tied him to the back of a car and dragged him down a dirt road. Then they tracked down the owner of the wagon whose tracks the dog sniffed. When he also claimed ignorance and innocence, the mob mutilated and killed him. The mob came to the House of Sarah carrier the Taylor's laundries. Two dozen people most of them. Children were hiding inside having heard what was going on already driven out of their homes by fear. For whatever reason the mob was sure that carrier was hiding Jesse Hunter. They fired on the House and carrier. Sons returned fire. When it was over both Sarah and her son Sylvester carrier had been fatally shot, though Sylvester had managed to kill two of their assailants. Had, anyone bothered to talk to Sarah carrier about Fannie, Taylor. She would have been able to tell them about Taylor's lover. Her white lover who she had been with before the attack. As, the mob kicked in the front door of the carrier house, the people hiding inside fled out the back door to the relative safety of the nearby. Swampy Woods. Not. All were able to get away though. Carriers, other son James was found by the mob who reportedly made him dig his own grave before killing him. The newspapers of the nearby towns caught wind of what was happening. They ran exaggerated. Retailing's of the siege of the carrier House and blatantly false reports of roving bands of armed black citizens. Seeing that even more white men poured into Rosewood believing that a race war had broken out. Apparently it's only a race war when the race you're targeting fights back. The manhunt and terror campaign wasn't confined to that single night, but stretched on for nearly a week. The longer, the mob failed to find hunter, the more agitated and angry became. They weren't about to go home empty-handed. Not when the honor of a white woman was on the line. So they put Rosewood to the torch starting with their church. The mob set fire to homes and shot the people who fled the flames. One woman Lexi Gordon sent her children into the woods to hide as the mob approached, but she was sick with typhoid fever and couldn't run with them. The mob shot her as she tried to hide under her burning house. So it went for days.

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Hidden Histories

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04:55 min | 2 years ago

Hidden Histories

"Four and ten miles from the next town stands a handsome Pale Yellow House with decorative white trim on the two story porch. The house was the only survivor of an episode of such extraordinary violence that it boggles the mind how quickly and completely it was swept under the rug. An entire community was burned to the ground in an incident of racist asymmetrical warfare. And most people have never even heard of it. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. The community had been or technically still is Rosewood, Florida. It was settled by both black and white people twenty years before the civil war, but the Jim. Crow segregation in the Post Bellum decades put a clear divide into the community. The town was incorporated in eighteen seventy after it got a post office on a train stop and was named Rosewood for the Pink Cedars that were also the base of its economy. Residents worked in lumber, yards, mills, and even a pencil factory. Until the cedars had been overharvested, and the factories began to close. Most of the white residents moved to nearby sumner. But one couple John and Mary right who ran the general store? They were kind to their neighbors, and were known to Slip Candy to the black kids who hung out at the store, possibly because their own children had died young. The white flight continued into the nineteen twenties when Rose Woods population of about two hundred was entirely black plus the rights. The little hamlet got by just fine. Until New Year's Day nineteen twenty-three. Over in Sumner, a woman named Fanny Taylor woke her neighbors, saying a black man had broken into her house and attacked her. Rather than alert sheriff, her husband immediately gathered a group of men. Including clansmen who were in the area for a rally and a tracking dog.

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"You bill Riley had a breakdown of reparations the other day on the show not on your show but on the show he was saying that if if we got thirty eight million black people in America okay he said that if you gave it would it would cost like fourteen trillion dollars thirty eight million people every man woman and child would get about three hundred sixty three on sixty thousand dollars a piece I think he's talking about the plan put forth by Robert Johnson the founder right about PT network yeah that's it that's that's exactly right now brown said it Peter Navarro is asking China it's asking China for reparations who is he going to get that money to a trying to get the preparations okay now and then again in the borough is asking for reparations what to ask for reparations the court date you know how many but many slaves die coming over here about four million slaves die coming open four million and another thing you take a we were talking about the long ranger and in other cities like Oklahoma City that got bombed you know back in the day back in the nineteen hundreds you had rosewood rosewood Florida we all these black people killed Nick took their town in money demand and everything else so I'm just saying Bruce there are there I also lost my train of thought but I take it up again and single rally since Phil Roberts said well if we give them reparations why don't we put it into schools in the state of the and and I'm saying don't tell me what to do with my money let me do what I want my money to corrosion right and let you let you make your case hi I didn't interrupt it in even in aha okay in it the difference is what Peter Navarro is talking about is damaged over corona virus not just in its on going to people impacted by it and side from the dead are alive today or as the people impacted by slavery where they are no longer with us the slave owners are no longer with us and so we did pay reparations to the Japanese that we enter during World War two under FDR the people who were alive got it and it was about fifty thousand dollars or thirty I forget what it was but they they were paid because their rights were violated but my I'm not and I'm first of all my family didn't come to this continent until the late eighteen nineties and it was up in Canada so we weren't involved in the slave trade at all and never benefited from it I wasn't in town that month you were not allowed unless you're two hundred years old which you don't sound like it and you sound pretty good if you're twenty years old you were not impacted by it either you were not a victimized by it you do not get the beach glory does not transfer from person to person guilt does not transfer from person to person suffering does not transfer from person to person generation generation it is time to stop looking backward and start looking forward you never going to solve any problems by grousing about things that didn't happen to you to people who didn't do it to you or not at all that would be the difference I don't I can't speak for what bill Reilly was saying you have to take it up with bill Reilly I can't speak for what anybody else has said it's just me corral but we're just gonna have to agree to disagree but I appreciate the phone call all right imagine losing your ability to hear someone say I love you or the ability to hear a compliment how about just hearing the birds chirp your favorite song her conversations with old friends losing your hearing it takes its toll on you physically emotionally and socially if this kind of suffering sounds familiar matter what your age.

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Let's go to your calls and your thoughts were talking to Jean the Christian anarchist who is calling in on our discord line gene? What's on your mind tonight? Hey, I'm sure after this I'll be re labeled gene the Christian racist, but will you good Sanit Anyway? I wanted to point out how the B. L. M.. Movement is promoting racist. They claim to be against racism. I was got I was GONNA ask how how is that because many people are thinking that Biela? Is You know for the abolishment of racism? So, how exactly is it promoting racism? Yeah, it doesn't seem that way from my point of view. It looks to me like what they're promoting his elevating a certain race, above another race and to me. That's not what the issue should be. The issue should be about police brutality, and if they if they were to focus on police brutality. And just make it a race race blind issue there are people out there like the limp, who were not black and did and were were just basically murdered by the police, and these are things that everybody should be upset with, and you know rightfully so see all of these hype letter. And I disagree with you. You know my first my first. Thought when hearing about an organization called black lives, matter was well not drop the modifier. You know fewer words, still a true statement. But the thing is that black lives have been especially discounted historically, and that's a fact you know you can if and not just back in the days of slavery, but also when Black Wall. Street was overrun and the people were massacred there when. When the The town in Florida I think it was called Lakewood I can't remember the Rosewood Rosewood Florida. was overrun in both those cases are an entire town was was. was. Burnt down because one teenage boy was was accused of acting, badly toured one teenage girl You know and that's. That's why I think it's worth. It's worth adding the IMF extra emphasis and the acknowledgement that yes, black lives matter just as much as every other other life, but It's certainly. There see it as black lives matter more so much as black lives have been treated like they matter less yeah and I'm GONNA. Add Him before you go on gene. This is tough. Right because we've been to some of these these rallies. I've seen the frustration on the part of many of the speakers at these rallies, so I can understand him. Totally you know. I can't understand what it's like to be. Black can be targeted by the police, but I've been targeted by the police and we've been targeted by the police, and in fact as recently as Friday night. Are nightcap event was targeted the videos up right now at freaking dot com, but luckily they didn't come in and crack heads. You know literature time litter, bunch of tickets on on our cars, so these folks and their family members and generations, prior to that have absolutely been targeted in a way that most other people in the United States have not experienced and so I don't WanNa take that away and proudly targeted. There is no question about what was going on when the KKK was burning a burning a flag in your yard or when a southern. Southern Sheriff was arresting you for you know basically being black in the wrong place. Yeah, and nobody's saying there is not racism of course racism. But I got news for you. Racism is not going away anytime soon. Racism is going to continue, but it's on both sides of the issue now we're seeing black gangs attacking white people now. That's being fueled by the. Thing now the basically both of these sides, the white people hating blacks, and the black people hating whites. Both sides are being fueled by the powers that be sure people at the tongue. The George Soros is of the world their funding all this stuff. They want to see this division. The powers that be wanted to raise swore. Way that they can. I mean that's the only scenario where they win. They otherwise it's GonNa be the people in general against them, and that work out well established fears most is people of all colors. Coming together and fighting against them, which is which is exactly what we would have, if black lives matter would also. Talk About Duncan Lamp, and they would have also asked the Bubbas to join them. Say Come on love. People join US and stand up against police brutality. We would have a movement that would. lutely crush them. They trade idea. They shouldn't be turning out potential supporters and I think they are inadvertently doing that by focusing almost exclusively on black lives matter now you will at least here in New Hampshire and I suspect it's different than other places. Probably do t to the demographic makeup to some extent. But here in New Hampshire, you will hear them talk about. They will acknowledge that. Yes, all lives do matter. Black lives have been targeted more so than others, and they feel personally affected by that, and in many cases they are personally affected their father one of the speakers this weekend at the event in keen that we attended nobody you and I were there for. The. Girls Father's was targeted in Concord New Hampshire because he's the only black guy around, and they were looking for a black guy, and so like they went after him, and he didn't do whatever it was. They were accusing him of doing that. Stop them from taking him to the ground violently and treating him like dirt. So liberty should be. Liberty should be the message not to what color skin people have racism not going away. Yeah, racism is. Aren't running black lives matter. So you know as much as I wish. Liberty were the message for the time. It's not and the only way that we can change. That is by getting involved with these groups and getting out there and being you know a neighbor and being a supporter to what extent we can and I agree. One hundred percent in fact gene, that's a great suggestion to anybody who is not black if you are if you recognize that the system is inherently evil, the best thing that you could do to help point that out his show up at these protests have conversations with these people show your support for what they're doing against the establishment. We agree agree with them in in those respects and make friends in those respects, and I think that that will do more to forward liberty than anything else I'll give you an example from this weekend I've been out at the last few of these things handing out flyers specifically at Kean I've been hanging out your rights. Rights police new rights flyers because that seems like the best possible you know flyer to hand out. It's going to help. People learn their rights and exercise them, and you know we'll get you some appreciation from the folks who were there that don't know you from Adam and one of the girls who was speaking actually referenced the Flyer in her speech and she. This guy over here's got these players come, get them, and then three of US ended up passing out the flyers to the crowd at the end, and they just went superfast. Jean thanks for the call tonight. We appreciate you eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free like freedom. Do you support anti-establishment ISM? Coin Dot. COM has launched a trading platform at local BITCOIN DOT COM allowing you.

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Let's go to your calls and your thoughts were talking to Jean. The Christian anarchist, who is calling in on our discord line gene. What's on your mind tonight? Hey I'm sure after this I'll be labeled gene the Christian Racist But William. Sanit anyway. I wanted to point out how the. Movement is promoting racist. You know they. They claim to be against racism. Yeah I was I was going to ask how. How is that? Because a many people are thinking that? Is. For the abolishment of racism, so, how exactly is it promoting racism? Yeah, it doesn't seem that weight from my point of view. It looks to me like what they're promoting is elevating. Race above another race and to me. That's not what the issue should be. The issue should be about police brutality, and if they if they were to focus on police brutality. And and just make it a race. Your race blind issue. There are people out there like Dunkin limp. WHO WERE NOT BLACK? Did and we're? We're just basically murdered by the police, and these are things that everybody should be upset with, and you know rightfully so see all of these hyper letter gave. You and I disagree with you. You know my first my first. Thought when hearing about an organization called black lives, matter was well. Why not drop the modifier? Fewer words, still true statement but the thing is that. Black lives have been a specially discounted historically, and that's a fact. You can't if an and not just back in the days of slavery, but also when Black Wall Street was overrun, and the people were massacred there when. When. The the town in Florida I think it was called Lakewood. Rosewood Rosewood Florida. was overrun in both those cases. An entire town was br was. was. Burnt down because one teenage boy was was accused of acting, badly toured one teenage girl You know and that's that's why I think it's worth. It's it's worth adding the extra emphasis and the acknowledgement that yes, black lives matter just as much as every other other life, but. It's certainly certainly appreciate their. See it as black lives matter more so much as black lives have been treated like they matter less, and I want to add in before you go on gene This is tough because we've been to some of these these rallies I've seen the frustration on the part of many of the speakers at these rallies I can understand totally you know I can't understand what it's like to be black and be targeted by the police, but I've been targeted by the police and we'd been targeted by the police, and in fact, as recently as Friday night are nightcap event was targeted the videos up right now at freaking, dot com but. But luckily they didn't come in cracking heads. Yes, Liz! Time littered a bunch of tickets on on our cars, so these folks and their family members generations prior to that have absolutely been targeted in a way that most other people in the United States have not experienced and so I don't WanNa take that away and proudly targeted. There was no question about what was going on when the KKK was burning a burning a flag in your yard or when a southern. Southern Sheriff was arresting you for you know basically being black in the wrong place. Yeah, nobody's saying. There is not racism of course racism. But, I got news for you. Racism is not going away anytime soon. Racism is going to continue, but it's on both sides of the issue now we're seeing black gangs attacking white people now. That's being fueled by the B. L. M. thing now. Basically both of these sides, the white people hating blacks, and the black people hating whites, both sides are being fueled by the powers that be sure people at the tongue. You know the George Soros is of the world their funding all this stuff. They want to see this division. The powers that be want to raise swore because that's the way they can. I mean that's the only scenario where they win. Otherwise. It's going to be the people in general against them, and that worked out well, establishment fears most is people of all colors. Coming together and fighting against them, which is which is exactly what we would have, if black lives matter would also. Talk About Dunkin Lamp and they would have also ask the Bubbas to join them say come on. People join US and stand up against police brutality. We would have a movement. That would I agree. lutely crush them. Great idea, they shouldn't be turning..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:39 min | 3 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on WTVN

"You can do it in minutes. So encourage you to do that. Now, ladies and gentlemen, I posted on my social sites that I have a proposal for reparations. Stick with me through this whole thing. Are you won't understand what I'm saying? I believe if you can demonstrate that you are. Progeny? Of a slave a recent emigrant who happens to me in minority. No, no. I'm talking about people of that sort of people. The maybe you should get reparations. But who should pay them? So here's my proposal. The American people. Even way back then didn't all own slaves. The American people even way back when then we're all supportive of slavery. There was a civil war that was fought. Fought between two groups one group. States rights and slavery, another group federalism and anti-slavery now, that's simplistic, but you get the point. Now, which group was which. Did ABRAHAM LINCOLN support slavery. No. To the Republican party support slavery. Never. Did the Republican party support? Segregation, no. Did the Republican party support? The Jim crow laws in the south now. What's the clan and appendange of the Republican party? No, it was an appendage of the democrat party. And every major civil rights Bill after the civil war in the fifties. And sixties was opposed by a significant percentage of elected Democrats and supported by the majority significant majority of elected Republicans. So I support. Reparations, but I do not support. The way in which the Kamala Harris of the world and the Elizabeth Warren in the world want to pay for it. The American people through the tax system shouldn't pay for reparations. The democrat party should pay for reparations. The Democrat National Committee all the state parties. The Democrats should pay reparations. To the distant children. Of slaves because the democrat party that Democrats well after the founding of this nation, well after the declaration and the constitution when the country was trying to make things right? It was the Democrats who fought it. So the democrat party is the entity. That's supported slavery is an institutional matter. We have individuals who had slaves, but they didn't necessarily support the institution per se. Some did some didn't. But the democrat party dead and supported segregation and supported Jim crow at least a significant percentage of it. Not Republicans and not all Americans. And I might remind Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren and all the rest that we fought a civil war of. Over seven hundred thousand casualties to put an end to slavery. So as a theoretical matter and a practical matter, I'm really against reparations because an awful lot of people lost their lives, including a lot of white people trying to eliminate slavery. But if we're going to have. Then the perpetrators the purpose. They should pay for. Now, the question needs to be put to Kamala Harris, or as she likes to be called. Now, come LA Harris. And Elizabeth Warren. The question should be put to them. Well, they support their party that perpetuated slavery. Segregation. And Jim crow in the south will they support their party funding reparations? Not everybody not the general taxpayer, but the perpetrator now. Let's take a look at a little history here. Let's take a look at a little history history. News network dot org. Wayne perryman? Just an inner city minister in Seattle, author of unfounded loyalty. He wrote an editorial that I think kind of. It's the nail on the head. Says most people are either a democrat by design democrat by deception that is either they were well aware the racist history. The democrat party and still chose to be democrat or they were deceived. Into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about black people. History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was passed in every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans as a group was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party from the formation of the Democratic Party in seventeen ninety two to the civil rights movement in the nineteen sixties congressional records show, the democrat party passed no specific laws to help blacks every law that they introduced in the congressman's designed to hurt blacks in nineteen in eighteen ninety four. In the eighteen ninety four repeal act the chronicles of history show that during the past one hundred and sixty years the Democratic Party legislated. Jim crow laws black codes and a multitude of other laws at the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens. History videos. The Republican party was formed in eighteen fifty four to abolish slavery and challenge. Other racists legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party some called it the civil war others the war between the states, but to the African American community at the time was the war between the Democrats and Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it Republicans gave their lives to end it. During the Senate debates on the Ku Klux Klan in eighteen seventy one. It was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the clan to murder and intimidate African American voters the Ku Klux Klan act was a Bill introduced by Republican congress to stop clan activities. Senate debates revealed that the clan was the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party. History reveals that Democrats lynched burned mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied the middle class blacks, including rosewood, Florida. The Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wilmington North Carolina to name a few after the civil war. Democrats murdered and several hundred black elected officials in the south regained regain control of southern government. All the elected officials up to nineteen thirty five where Republicans as of two thousand four the Democratic Party, the oldest political party in America has never elected a black man to the United States Senate. The Republicans have elected three now. Of course, that's changed since this was written in two thousand four, but you get his point. History reveals it was Thaddeus Stevens, a radical Republican that introduced legislation to give an African Americans to so called forty acres and a mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the Bill today. Many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars in reparation money that should be paid by the Democratic Party. History said it was abolitionists and radical Republicans such as Henry Morehouse and general Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional black colleges while Democrats fought to keep them closed. Many of our traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans. Congressional records show. It was Democrats strongly opposed. The passage of the thirteen fourteen and fifteen th amendments these three amendments were introduced by Republicans to end slavery give citizenship to all African Americans. Born in the US and give blacks the right to vote. Congressional records show the Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws. They're introduced by Republicans to achieve all civil rights legally for African Americans Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six the reconstruction act of eighteen sixty seven the freemen bureau extension act of eighteen sixty six enforcement act of eighteen seventy force act of eighteen seventy one Ku Klux Klan act of eighteen seventy one Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy five Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and during the sixties many Democrats fought hard to defeat the sixty four Civil Rights Act. The sixty five owning Rights Act and more. Court records show that it was the Democrats had supported the dread Scott decision. The decision classify blacks and property rather than people. So also the racist. Jim crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about two landmark cases Plessey versus Ferguson and Brown versus board of education. Now, I go on and on, ladies and gentlemen. There's a very deep and sickening record with the democrat party. In our history. Wasn't the American people wasn't all the American people. There was a civil war for a reason. There were two sides for a reason there were two parties for a reason. And if reparations had to be paid. They should be paid by the perpetrator, the institutional perpetrator the democrat party. Mark levin. Six ten w TV in..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"City minister in Seattle, author of unfounded loyalty. He wrote an editorial that I think kind of. Hits the nail on the head. Says most people are either a democrat by design or democrat by deception that is either they were well aware the racist history. The democrat party and still chose to be democrat or they were deceived. Into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about black people. History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was ever passed and every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on. African Americans has a group was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party from the formation of the Democratic Party in seventeen ninety two to the civil rights movement in the nineteen sixties congressional records show, the democrat party passed no specific laws to help blacks every law that they introduced in the congressman's designer hurt blacks in ninth in eighteen ninety four. In the eighteen ninety four repeal act, the chronicles of history show that during the past one hundred and sixty years, the Democratic Party legislative Jim crow laws black coats, and a multitude of other laws of the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens. History reveals the Republican party was formed in eighteen fifty four to abolish slavery and challenge. Other racists legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party some called at the civil war others, the war between the states, but to the African American community at the time was the war between the Democrats and the Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it Republicans gave their lives to end it. Join the Senate debates on the Ku Klux Klan in eighteen seventy one. It was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the clan to murder and intimidate African American voters the Ku Klux Klan act was a Bill introduced by Republican congress to stop clan activities. Senate debates reveal that the clan was the terrorist. Arm of the Democratic Party. History reveals that Democrats lynched burned mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied the middle class blacks, including rosewood, Florida. The Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma at Wilmington North Carolina to name a few after the civil war. Democrats murdered and several hundred black elected officials in the south to regain control of southern government. All the elected officials up to nine hundred thirty five where Republicans as of two thousand four the Democratic Party, the oldest political party in America has never elected a black man to the United States. Senate Republicans have elected three now. Of course, that's changed since this was written in two thousand four, but you get his point. History reveals it was Thaddeus Stevens, a radical Republican that introduced legislation to give an African Americans to so called forty acres and a mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the Bill today. Many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars and reparation money that should be paid by the Democratic Party. History said it was abolitionists radical Republicans such as Henry Morehouse and general Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional black colleges while Democrats fought to keep them closed, but he traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans. Congressional records show. It was Democrats strongly opposed. The passage of the thirteen fourteen and fifteen th amendments these three amendments were introduced by Republicans to end slavery gives citizenship to all African Americans born in the US and give blacks the right to vote. Congressional records show the Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws. They're introduced by Republicans Tichy watch an act of eighteen sixty seven the freemen bureau extension act of eighteen sixty six enforcement act of eighteen seventy force act of eighteen seventy one Ku Klux Klan act of eighteen seventy one Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy five Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and during the sixties, many Democrats fought hard to defeat the sixty four Civil Rights Act, the sixty five Voting Rights Act and more. Court records show that it was the Democrats had supported the dread Scott decision. The decision classified blacks and property rather than people. So also the racist. Jim crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about two landmark cases Plessey versus Ferguson and Brown versus board of education. Now, I can go on and on ladies and gentlemen. There's a very deep and sickening record with the democrat party. In our history. Wasn't the American people wasn't all the American people. There was a civil war for a reason. There were two sides for a reason there were two parties for a reason. And if reparations should it be paid. They should be paid by the perpetrator the institution of perpetrator the democrat party..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:10 min | 3 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The Republican party support slavery. Never. Did the Republican party support? Segregation, no. Did the Republican party support? The Jim crow laws in the south. No. What's the clan and appendage of the Republican party? No, it was an appendage of the democrat party. And every major civil rights Bill after the civil war in the fifties. And sixties was opposed by a significant percentage of elected Democrats and supported by the majority significant majority of elected Republicans. So I support. Reparations, but I do not support. The way in which the Kamala Harris says to the world and the Elizabeth Warren in the world wanna pay for it. The American people through the tax system shouldn't pay for reparations. The democrat party should pay for reparations. The Democrat National Committee all the state parties. The Democrats should pay reparations. To the distant children. Of slaves because the democrat party, the Democrats well after the founding of this nation, well after the declaration in the constitution when the country was trying to make things right? It was the Democrats who fought. So the democrat party is the entity. That's supported slavery is an institutional matter. We have individuals who had slaves, but they didn't necessarily support the institution per se. Some did some didn't. But the democrat party dead. And supported segregation and supported Jim crow at least a significant percentage of it. Not Republicans and not all Americans. And I might remind Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren and all the rest that we fought a civil war of. Over seven hundred thousand casualties to put an end to slavery. So has he theoretical and a practical matter I'm really against reparations because an awful lot of people lost their lives, including a lot of white people trying to eliminate slavery. But if we're going to have. Then the perpetrators the purpose. They should pay for. Now, the question needs to be put to Kamala Harris, or as she likes to be called. Now, Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren. The question should be put to them. Well, they support their party that perpetuated slavery. Segregation. And Jim crow in the south will they support their party funding reparations? Not everybody not the general taxpayer, but the perpetrator now. Let's take a look at a little history here. Let's take a look at the history history. News network dot org. Wayne perryman? Just an inner city minister in Seattle, author of unfounded loyalty. He wrote an editorial that I think kind of. Hits the nail on the head. Says most people are either a democrat by design or democrat by deception that is either they were well aware the racist history. The democrat party and still chose to be democrat or they were deceived. Into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about black people. History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was ever passed and every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans as a group was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party from the formation of the Democratic Party in seventeen ninety two to the civil rights movement of the nineteen sixties congressional records show, the democrat party passed no specific laws to help blacks every law that they introduced in the congressman's designed to hurt blacks in nineteen in eighteen ninety four. In eighteen ninety four repeal act the chronicles of history show that during the past one hundred and sixty years the Democratic Party legislated. Jim crow laws black codes, and a multitude of other laws of the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens. History reveals the Republican party was formed in eighteen fifty four to abolish slavery and challenge. Other racists legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party some called it the civil war the war between the states, but to the African American community at the time was the war between the Democrats and Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it Republicans gave their lives to end it. During the Senate debates on the Ku Klux Klan in eighteen seventy one. It was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the clan to murder and intimidate African American voters the Ku Klux Klan act was a Bill introduced by Republican congress to stop clan activities. Senate debates revealed that the clan was the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party. History reveals that Democrats lynched burned mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied the middle class blacks, including rosewood, Florida. The Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wilmington North Carolina to name a few after the civil war. Democrats murdered and several hundred black elected officials and the south regained control of southern government all the elected officials up to nineteen thirty five where Republicans as of two thousand four the Democratic Party, the oldest political party in America has never elected a black man to the United States. Senate Republicans have elected three now. Of course, that's changed since this was written in two thousand four, but you get his point. History reveals it was Thaddeus Stevens, a radical Republican that introduced legislation to give an African Americans to so called forty acres and a mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the Bill today. Many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars in reparation money that should be paid by the Democratic Party. History said it was abolitionists and radical Republicans such as Henry Morehouse and general Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional black colleges while Democrats fought to keep them closed. Many of our traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans. Congressional records show. It was Democrats that strongly opposed the passage of the thirteen fourteen and fifteen th amendments these three amendments were introduced by Republicans to end slavery give citizenship to all African Americans. Born in the US and give blacks the right to vote. Congressional records show that Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws. They're introduced by Republicans to achieve all civil rights legally for African Americans Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six the reconstruction act of eighteen sixty seven the freemen bureau extension act of eighteen sixty six enforcement act of eighteen seventy force act of eighteen seventy one Ku Klux Klan act of eighteen seventy one Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy five Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and during the sixties, many Democrats fought hard to defeat the sixty four Civil Rights Act, the sixty five Voting Rights Act and more. Court records show that it was the Democrats had supported the dread Scott decision. The decision classify blacks and property rather than people. So also the racist. Jim crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about two landmark cases of Plessey versus Ferguson and Brown versus board of education. Now, I can go on and on ladies and gentlemen. There's a very deep and sickening record with the democrat party. In our history. Wasn't the American people wasn't all the American people. There was a civil war for a reason. There were two sides for a reason there were two parties for a reason. And if reparations to be paid. They should be paid by the perpetrator, the institutional perpetrator the democrat party..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:35 min | 3 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on KTOK

"You can do it in minutes to encourage you to do that. Now, ladies and gentlemen, I posted on my social sites that I have a proposal for reparations stick with me through this whole thing or you won't understand what I'm saying. I believe if you can demonstrate that you are. Progeny? Of a slave. I don't mean a recent emigrant who happens to me in minority. No, no. I'm talking about people of that sort of talking about people. The maybe you should get reparations. But who should pay them? So here's my proposal. The American people. Even way back then didn't own slaves. The American people even way back when then we're all supportive of slavery. There was a civil war that was fought. Fought between two groups one group. States rights and slavery, another group federalism and anti-slavery now, that's simplistic, but you get the point. Now, which group was which. Did ABRAHAM LINCOLN support slavery. No. To the Republican party support slavery. Never. Did the Republican party support? Segregation, no. Did the Republican party support? The Jim crow laws in the south. No. What's the clan and appendage of the Republican party? No, it was an appendage of the democrat party. And every major civil rights Bill after the civil war in the fifties. And sixties was opposed by significant percentage of elected Democrats and supported by the majority, he significant majority of elected Republicans. So I support. Reparations, but I do not support. The way in which the Kamala Harris the world and the Elizabeth Warren in the world want to pay for it. The American people through the tax system shouldn't pay for reparations. The democrat party should pay for reparations. The Democrat National Committee all the state parties. The Democrats should pay reparations. To the distant children. Of slaves because the democrat party that Democrats well after the founding of this nation well after the declaration in the constitution when the country was trying to make things right? It was the Democrats who fought it. So the democrat party is the entity. That supported slavery is an institutional matter. We have individuals who had slaves, but they didn't necessarily support the institution per se. Some did some didn't. But the democrat party did. And supported segregation and supported Jim crow at least a significant percentage of it. Not Republicans and not all Americans. And I might remind Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren and all the rest that we fought a civil war of. Over seven hundred thousand casualties to put an end to slavery. So as a theoretical matter and a practical matter, I'm really against reparations because an awful lot of people lost their lives, including a lot of white people trying to eliminate slavery. But if we're going to have. Then the perpetrators the purpose. They should pay for it. Now, the question needs to be put to Kamala Harris, or as she likes to be called. Now, Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren. The question should be put to them. Well, they support their party that perpetuated slavery. Segregation. And Jim crow in the south will they support their party funding reparations? Not everybody not the general taxpayer, but the perpetrator now. Let's take a look at a little history here. Let's take a look at a little history history. News network dot org. Wayne perryman? Just an inner city minister in Seattle, author of unfounded loyalty. He wrote an editorial that I think kind of. Hits the nail on the head. Says most people are either a democrat by design or democrat by deception that is either they were well aware the racist history. The democrat party and still chose to be democrat or they were deceived. Into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about black people. History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was ever passed and every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans as a group was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party from the formation of the Democratic Party in seventeen ninety two to the civil rights movement of the nineteen sixties congressional records show, the democrat party passed no specific laws to help blacks every law that they introduced in the congressman's designed to hurt blacks in in eighteen ninety four. In the eighteen ninety four repeal act the chronicles of history show that during the past one hundred and sixty years the Democratic Party legislated. Jim crow laws black codes, and a multitude of other laws of the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens. History reveals the Republican party was formed in eighteen fifty four to abolish slavery and challenge. Other racists legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party some called it the civil war others the war between the states, but to the African American community at the time was the war between the Democrats and Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it Republicans gave their lives to end it. During the Senate debate on the Ku Klux Klan in eighteen seventy one. It was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the clan to murder and intimidate African American voters the Ku Klux Klan act was a Bill introduced by Republican congress to stop clan activities. Senate debates revealed that the clan was the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party. History reveals that Democrats lynched burned mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied the middle class blacks, including rosewood, Florida. The Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wilmington North Carolina to name a few after the civil war. Democrats murdered and several hundred black elected officials in the south to regain control of southern government. All the elected officials up to nineteen thirty five where Republicans as of two thousand four the Democratic Party, the oldest political party in America has never elected a black man to the United States Senate. The Republicans have elected three now. Of course, that's changed since this was written in two thousand four, but you get his point. History reveals it was Thaddeus Stevens, a radical Republican that introduced legislation to give an African Americans to so called forty acres and mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the Bill today. Many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars in reparation money that should be paid by the Democratic Party. History said it was abolitionists and radical Republicans such as Henry Morehouse and general Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional black colleges while Democrats fought to keep them closed. Many of our traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans. Congressional records show. It was Democrats the strongly opposed the passage of the thirteen fourteen and fifteen th amendments these three amendments were introduced by Republicans to end slavery give citizenship to all African Americans. Born in the US and get blacks the right to vote congressional records show. The Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws that were introduced by Republicans to achieve all civil rights legally for African Americans Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six the reconstruction act of eighteen sixty seven the freemen bureauc- extension act of eighteen sixty six enforcement act of eighteen seventy force act of eighteen seventy one Ku Klux Klan act of eighteen seventy one Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy five Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and during the sixties, many Democrats fought hard to defeat the sixty four Civil Rights Act, the sixty five Voting Rights Act and more. Court records show that it was the Democrats that supported the dread Scott decision. The decision classify blacks and property rather than people. So also the racist. Jim crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about two landmark cases of Plessey versus Ferguson and Brown versus board of education. Now, I can go on and on ladies and gentlemen. There's a very deep and sickening record with the democrat party. In our history. Wasn't the American people wasn't all the American people. There was a civil war for a reason. There are two sides for a reason there were two parties for a reason. And if reparations had to be paid. They should be paid by the perpetrator, the institutional perpetrator the democrat party..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Just an inner city minister in Seattle, author of unfounded loyalty. He wrote an editorial that I think kind of. Hits the now on the head. Says most people are either a democrat by design or a democrat by deception that is either they were well aware the racist history. The democrat party and still chose to be democrat or they were deceived. Into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about black people. History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was ever passed and every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans as a group was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party from the formation of the Democratic Party in seventeen ninety two to the civil rights movement in the nineteen sixties congressional records show, the democrat party passed no specific laws to help blacks every law that they introduced in the designed to hurt blacks in nineteen in eighteen ninety four. In the eighteen ninety four repeal act that chronicles of history show that during the past one hundred and sixty years the Democratic Party legislated. Jim crow laws black codes and a multitude of other laws at the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens. History reveals the Republican party was formed in eighteen fifty four to abolish slavery and challenged other racists legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party some called it the civil war others the war between the states, but to the African American community at the time was the war between the Democrats and the Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it Republicans gave their lives to end it. During the Senate debates on the Ku Klux Klan in eighteen seventy one. It was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the clan to murder and intimidate African American voters the Ku Klux Klan act was a Bill introduced by Republican congress to stop clan activities. Senate debates revealed that the clan was the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party. History reveals that Democrats lynched burned mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied the middle class blacks, including rosewood, Florida. The Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wilmington North Carolina to name a few after the civil war. Democrats murdered and several hundred black elected officials in the south to regain control of southern government. All the elected officials up to nineteen thirty five where Republicans as of two thousand four the Democratic Party, the oldest political party in America has never elected a black man to the United States. Senate Republicans have elected three now. Of course, that's changed since this was written in two thousand four, but you get his point. History reveals it was Thaddeus Stevens, a radical Republican that introduced legislation to give an African Americans to so called forty acres mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the Bill today. Many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars and reparation money that should be paid by the Democratic Party. History said it was abolitionists and radical Republicans such as Henry Morehouse and general Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional black colleges while Democrats fought to keep them closed. Many of our traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans. Congressional records show. It was Democrats strongly opposed. The passage of the thirteen fourteen and fifteen th amendments these three amendments were introduced by Republicans to end slavery give citizenship to all African Americans. Born in the US and give blacks the right to vote. Congressional records show. The Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws that re introduced by Republicans to achieve all civil rights legally for African Americans Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six the reconstruction act of eighteen sixty seven the freemen bureau extension act of eighteen sixty six enforcement act of eighteen seventy four sacked of eighteen seventy one Ku Klux Klan act of eighteen seventy one Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy five Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and during the sixties, many Democrats fought hard to defeat the sixty four Civil Rights Act, the sixty five Voting Rights Act and more. Court records show that it was the Democrats had supported the dread Scott decision. The decision classify blacks and property rather than people. So also the racist. Jim crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about two landmark cases of Plessey versus Ferguson and Brown versus board of education. Now, I can go on and on ladies and gentlemen. There's a very deep and sickening record with the democrat party. In our history. Wasn't the American people wasn't all the American people. There was a civil war for a reason. There were two sides for a reason there were two parties for a reason. And if reparations to be paid. They should be paid by the perpetrator, the institutional perpetrator the democrat party..

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"rosewood florida" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:32 min | 3 years ago

"rosewood florida" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You can do it in minutes soda encourage you to do that. Now, ladies and gentlemen, I posted on my social sites that I have a proposal for reparations. Stick with me through this whole thing. Are you won't understand what I'm saying? I believe if you can demonstrate that you are. Progeny? Of a slave. I don't mean a recent emigrant who happens to me in minority. No, no. I don't know about people of that sort of people. The maybe you should get reparations. But who should pay them? So here's my proposal. The American people. Even way back then didn't all own slaves. Be American people even way back when then we're all supportive of slavery. There was a civil war that was fought. Fought between two groups one group. States rights and slavery, another group federalism and anti-slavery now, that's simplistic, but you get the point. Now, which group was which. Did ABRAHAM LINCOLN support slavery. No. The the Republican party support slavery. Never. Did the Republican party support? Segregation, no. Did the Republican party support? The Jim crow laws in the south. No. What's the clan and appendage of the Republican party? No, it was an appendage of the democrat party. And every major civil rights Bill after the civil war in the fifties. And sixties was opposed by a significant percentage of elected Democrats supported by the majority significant majority of elected Republicans. So I support reparations, but I do not support the way in which the Kamala Harris of the world and the Elizabeth Warren in the world want to pay for it. The American people through the tax system shouldn't pay for reparations. The democrat party should pay for reparations. The Democrat National Committee all the state parties. Democrats should pay reparations. To the distant children. Of slaves because the democrat party, the Democrats well after the founding of this nation, well after the declaration in the constitution when the country was trying to make things right? It was the Democrats who fought it. So the democrat party is the entity. That's supported slavery is an institutional matter. We have individuals who had slaves, but they didn't necessarily support the institution per se. Some did some didn't. But the democrat party did. And supported segregation and supported Jim crow at least a significant percentage of it. Not Republicans and not all Americans. And I might remind Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren and all the rest that we fought a civil war of. Over seven hundred thousand casualties to put an end to slavery. So as a theoretical matter and a practical matter, I'm really against reparations. Because an awful lot of people lost their lives, including a lot of white people trying to eliminate slavery. But if we're going to have. Then the perpetrators the purpose lay should pay for. Now, the question needs to be put to Kamala Harris, or as she likes to be called. Now, come LA Harris. And Elizabeth Warren. The question should be put to them. Well, they support their party that perpetuated slavery. Segregation. And Jim crow in the south will they support their party funding reparations? Not everybody not the general taxpayer, but the perpetrator now. Let's take a look at a little history here. Let's take a look at a little history history. News network dot org. Wayne perryman? Just an inner city minister in Seattle, author of unfounded loyalty. He wrote an editorial that I think kind of. Hits the now on the head. Says most people are either a democrat by design or democrat by deception that is either they were well aware the racist history. The democrat party and still chose to be democrat or they were deceived. Into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about black people. History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was passed in every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans as a group was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party from the formation of the Democratic Party in seventeen ninety two to the civil rights movement in the nineteen sixties congressional records show, the democrat party passed no specific laws to help blacks every law that they introduced in the congress designed to hurt blacks in ninth in eighteen ninety four. In the eighteen ninety four repeal act the chronicles of history show that during the past one hundred and sixty years the Democratic Party legislated. Jim crow laws black coats, and a multitude of other laws at the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens. History videos. The Republican party was formed in eighteen fifty four to abolish slavery and challenge. Other racists legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party some called it the civil war others the war between the states, but to the African American community at the time was the war between the Democrats and the Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it Republicans gave their lives to end it. During the Senate debate on the Ku Klux Klan in eighteen seventy one. It was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the clan to murder and intimidate African American voters the Ku Klux Klan act was a Bill introduced by Republican congress to stop clan activities. Senate debates revealed that the clan was the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party. History reveals that Democrats lynched burned mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied the middle class blacks, including rosewood, Florida. The Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wilmington North Carolina to name a few after the civil war. Democrats murdered and several hundred black elected officials in the south to regain control of southern government. All the elected officials up to nineteen thirty five where Republicans as of two thousand four the Democratic Party, the oldest political party in America has never elected a black man to the United States. Senate Republicans have elected three now. Of course, that's changed since this was written in two thousand four, but you get his point. History with feels it was Thaddeus Stevens, a radical Republican that introduced legislation to give an African Americans. The so called forty acres and a mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the Bill today. Many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars in reparation money that should be paid by the Democratic Party. History. Viel said it was abolitionists and radical Republicans such as Henry Morehouse and general Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional black colleges while Democrats fought to keep them closed. Many of our traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans. Congressional records show. It was Democrats strongly opposed. The passage of the thirteen fourteen and fifteen th amendments these three amendments were introduced by Republicans to end slavery give citizenship to all African Americans. Born in the US and give blacks the right to vote. Congressional records show. The Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws introduced by Republicans all civil rights legally for African Americans Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six the reconstruction act of eighteen sixty seven the freemen bureau extension act of eighteen sixty six enforcement act of eighteen seventy force act of eighteen seventy one Ku Klux Klan act of eighteen seventy one Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy five Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and during the sixties, many Democrats fought hard to defeat the sixty four Civil Rights Act, the sixty five Voting Rights Act and more. Court records show that it was the Democrats that supported the dread Scott decision, the decision classified blacks and property rather than people. So also the racist. Jim crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about two landmark cases of Plessey versus Ferguson and Brown versus board of education. Now, I can go on and on ladies and gentlemen. There's a very deep in sickening record with the democrat party. In our history. Wasn't the American people wasn't all the American people. There was a civil war for reason. There were two sides for a reason there were two parties for a reason. And if reparations had to be paid. They should be paid by the perpetrator the institution of perpetrator the democrat party. Mark.

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"You can do it minutes. So to encourage you to do that. Now, ladies and gentlemen, I posted on my social sites that I have a proposal for reparations stick with me through this whole thing or you won't understand what I'm saying. I believe if you can demonstrate that you are. Progeny? Of a slave. I don't mean a recent emigrant who happens to me in minority. No, not talking about people of that sort. I'm talking about people, then maybe you should get reparations. But who should pay them? So here's my proposal. The American people. Even way back then all own slaves. The American people even way back when then we're all supportive of slavery. There was a civil war that was fought. Fought between two groups one group. States rights and slavery, another group federalism and anti-slavery now, that's simplistic, but you get the point. Now, which group was which. Did ABRAHAM LINCOLN support slavery. No. To the Republican party supports slavery. Never. Did the Republican party support? Segregation, no. Did the Republican party support? The Jim crow laws in the south. No. What's the clan and appendage of the Republican party? No, it was an appendage of the democrat party. And every major civil rights Bill after the civil war in the fifties. And sixties was opposed by significant percentage of elected Democrats and supported by the majority. He's significant majority of elected Republicans. So I support. Reparations, but I do not support the way in which the Kamala Harris says of the world and the Elizabeth Warren in the world want to pay for it. The American people through the tax system shouldn't pay for reparations. The democrat party should pay for reparations. The Democrat National Committee all the state parties. The Democrats should pay reparations. To the distant children. Slaves because the democrat party that Democrats well after the founding of this nation well after the declaration in the constitution when the country was trying to make things right? It was the Democrats who fought it. So the democrat party is the entity. That supported slavery is an institutional matter. We have individuals who had slaves, but they didn't necessarily support the institution per se. Some did some didn't. But the democrat party dead. And supported segregation and supported Jim crow at least a significant percentage of it. Not Republicans and not all Americans. And I might remind Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren and all the rest that we fought a civil war of. Over seven hundred thousand casualties to put an end to slavery. So as theoretical matter and a practical matter, I'm really against reparations. Because an awful lot of people lost their lives, including a lot of white people trying to eliminate slavery. But if we're going to have. Then the perpetrators. They should pay for. Now, the question needs to be put to Kamala Harris, or as she likes to be called. Now, Kamala, Harris and Elizabeth Warren. The question should be put to them. Well, they support their party that perpetuated slavery. Segregation. And Jim crow in the south will they support their party funding reparations? Not everybody not the general taxpayer, but the perpetrator now. Let's take a look at a little history here. Let's take a look at a little history history. News network dot org. Wayne perryman? Just the inner city minister in Seattle, author of unfounded loyalty. He wrote an editorial that I think kind of. It's the nail on the head. Says most people are either a democrat by design or democrat by deception that is either they were well aware the racist history. The democrat party and still chose to be democrat or they were deceived. Into thinking that the Democratic Party is a party that sincerely cared about black people. History reveals that every piece of racist legislation that was passed and every racist terrorist attack that was ever inflicted on African Americans as a group was initiated by the members of the Democratic Party from the formation of the Democratic Party in seventeen ninety two to the civil rights movement in the nineteen sixties congressional records show, the democrat party passed no specific laws to help blacks every law that they introduced in the congress was designed to hurt blacks in nineteen in eighteen ninety four. In the eighteen ninety four repeal act the chronicles of history show that during the past one hundred and sixty years the Democratic Party legislated. Jim crow laws black codes, and a multitude of other laws of the state and federal level to deny African Americans their rights as citizens. History reveals the Republican party was formed in eighteen fifty four to abolish slavery and challenge. Other racists legislative acts initiated by the Democratic Party some called it the civil war the war between the states, but to the African American community at the time was the war between the Democrats and the Republicans over slavery. The Democrats gave their lives to expand it Republicans gave their lives to end it. During the Senate debates on the Ku Klux Klan in eighteen seventy one. It was revealed that members of the Democratic Party formed many terrorist organizations like the clan to murder and intimidate African American voters that Ku Klux Klan act was a Bill introduced by Republican congress to stop clan activities. Senate debates revealed that the clan was the terrorist arm of the Democratic Party. History reveals that Democrats lynched burned mutilated and murdered thousands of blacks and completely destroyed entire towns and communities occupied the middle class blacks, including rosewood, Florida. The Greenwood district, Tulsa, Oklahoma and Wilmington North Carolina to name a few after the civil war. Democrats murdered and several hundred black elected officials in the south to regain control of southern government. All the elected officials up to nineteen thirty five where Republicans as of two thousand four the Democratic Party, the oldest political party in America has never elected a black man to the United States. Senate Republicans have elected three now. Of course, that's changed since since was written in two thousand four, but you get his point. History reveals it was Thaddeus Stevens, a radical Republican that introduced legislation to give an African Americans to so called forty acres and a mule and Democrats overwhelmingly voted against the Bill today. Many white Democrats are opposed to paying African Americans trillions of dollars and reparation money that should be paid by the Democratic Party. History. Vio said it was abolitionists and radical Republicans such as Henry Morehouse and general Oliver Howard that started many of the traditional black colleges while Democrats fought to keep them closed. Many of our traditional black colleges are named after white Republicans. Congressional records show. It was Democrats strongly opposed. The passage of the thirteen fourteen and fifteen th amendments these three amendments were introduced by Republicans to end slavery give citizenship to all African Americans. Born in the US and give blacks the right to vote. Congressional records show. The Democrats were opposed to passing the following laws were introduced by Republicans to chief all civil rights legally for African Americans Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six the reconstruction act of eighteen sixty seven the Friedman bureau extension act of eighteen sixty six enforcement act of eighteen seventy force act of eighteen seventy one Ku Klux Klan act of eighteen seventy one Civil Rights Act of eighteen seventy five Civil Rights Act of nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty and during the sixties, many Democrats fought hard to defeat sixty four Civil Rights Act, the sixty five Voting Rights Act and more. Court records show that it was the Democrats had supported the dread Scott decision. The decision classify blacks and property rather than people. So also the racist. Jim crow practices initiated by Democrats that brought about two landmark cases of Plessey versus Ferguson and Brown versus board of education. Now, I can go on and on ladies and gentlemen. There's a very deep and sickening record with the democrat party. In our history. Wasn't the American people wasn't all the American people. There was a civil war for a reason. There were two sides for a reason there were two parties for a reason. And if reparations had to be paid. They should be paid by the perpetrator, the institutional perpetrator the democrat party. Mark levin..

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