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‘The Birth of a Nation’ Screws Up this Amazing Story

The Birth of a Nation wants to tell an amazing slavery story but misses the mark too often to be any good African American history has always fascinated me. Ever since I took a class about it in Junior College I love learning about it. The more I learn the more I find out just how… The post ‘The Birth of a Nation’ Screws Up this Amazing Story appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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