We Are the President: Maid in America
Most people are simply tired of hearing about racism and hate crimes, and most of all ,'slavery'.
This book is to up lift all races, to raise the esteem of children who grew up around all others,
who came before them, in this unjust system of things.
I hope it educates, mentors, and gives hope
to make one look into the mirror and ask yourself:
Who am I?, What am I?, and Where did I come from?
And the biggest question to ask yourself should be:
WHAT IS A NIGGER? and am l one?
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African American American Andrew Jackson baby baby jay beat became black women blood boys brother Bubba Cabbala can’t color couldn’t crack cocaine crime dead death dream Dreasey drugs eyes father feel fight friends gave girl hair hand hard hate horse house nigger I’ve Indians Jackson jail kill Kim’s king knew land Lincoln live look MAID IN AMERICA Mandela Martin Luther King Master George mind miss Monica mother Negro nelson nelson Mandela never nick name night numbers pain peace police political pray prison race racist Richard Washington skin slavery slaves someone stand started stay stereo type stop street struggle talk teach tell There’s things told took trying walk Washington wasn’t what’s wife wile Willy lynched Winton young black