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Involuntary Servitude

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55 pages42 minutes

Summary

The freedom, justice, and equality that African Americans (Blacks) so desperately fight for within America today, began on the shores of Africa behind the walls of medieval pens that held captives for ships bound into slavery. The civil right era brought light to the racial conflict, and the many forms of oppression that Blacks were forced to endure since being forcibly removed from their native land and brought to America, but these issues still runs rampant within the lives of many Blacks today. From poverty, to police brutality, to mass incarceration, in the United States of America the government offers very little solutions that will sucessfully help address and/or eliminate the many harsh conditions that give way to and contributes to the social and economic problems that greatly effects many people of color directly or indirectly.

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