Its sad how easy it is for us to forget and cover up the parts of our nation's past. We as a nation try not to see the elephant in the room. I know why, because it will make what was done to the Native Americans look tiny and what Nazis did to the Jewish People look small But, as a proud Black American "Americans" feel like wow if we as a people can still be strong in a nation that did everything to remove us and still be here hundreds of years later to write these thoughts of minds out in the open as I am now. I feel there should not be a limited time frame for those Black Americans to be paid for there losses. As we all know, White Americans want to forget and continue this closet hatred. One day I guess after all the old White Americans have died off the young White Americans can finally put this evil act to rest because all the young White Americans feel like I do, Change is coming!!!!
Well Written, great reader goes to Dick Hill, he bring out the story in a real life way that make this book great to listen too. The story lead up to the climax then bring you back down with a smooth landing that make you wonder what the next book by Andrew Peterson will take you. I listen to his other book before this one: First to Kill, great story there too.
Great Book about the African American struggle within themselves with the people who claim to real.
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