Were you there, Thomas? For someone who didn't attend , maybe you should be more entertaing when you write.
An EXCELLENT trek thru the RESISTANCE journey of the African prisoners of WAR [so-called slave] within the wilderness of North America.
How our ancestors survived the horrors of Chattel slavery. The TRANSATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE the GENOCIDE of the MAAFA/ AFRICAN HOLOCAUST
It gives some chilling depictions of the modern evolution of the current white power structure as actualized within the economic system of plantation subjugation and terror.
And how these horrors continue within the established system of WHITE SUPREMACY=RACISM..
These theories /pathology related to white dominance will be manifested in terror during the bloody European colonial period and it framework of racist ideology unleased into the system of Nazi Germany.
This show exposes the psychological/sociological evolution within national sanctioned system of white racist exploitation of Africans that the black community are still fighting /resisting today...
As the series progressed, it shows the evolution of the white id... As a means to ensure social /economic dominance. As we still see today with the exercised of white skin privilege... with as African people we resist European hegemony always!!
This show is awesome and hot!! Everybody is talking abt this show!!!
I just want to know why everyone acts like "the step-and-repeat," in noun form, is a super normal term we should all know. "Don't forget, tomorrow after your dentist appointment we have to swing by the post office to pick up that step-and-repeat I ordered." Yeah, totally normal term I use all the time. What kind of monster doesn't know what a "step-and-repeat" is?! For once, I'm with Craig. I will call it a "step and release" from here on out. And by that I mean NEVER, since I have made it 30-some years into life without ONCE needing to refer to that thing that they call a "step-and-repeat."
Sole motivation for this piece came from internal angst and strife suffered from years of being from the wrong side of the tracks.Pure expesssion of sadn as and love mixed with a bit of anger!
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