Fact: Many Heroic Black People In American History Have Been Kept Absent From School History Books

This may sound strange and almost impossible for most but many heroic American black people have intentionally been kept out of the history books in American schools. These are people who put their lives on the line for our country but were denied their place in history.

To add insult to disrespect, they were also portrayed as slaves in paintings celebrating victorious moments in history rather than the heroic roles they played to save this nation. As the truth is uncovered we are learning that America has forgotten those who made it great.

This short video quickly reveals the depth of what was done.

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  1. Reblogged this on Scotties Toy Box and commented:
    I do not like Glen Beck, and I detest fox news, but I want to acknowledge that this is information on the historical achievements of black people I had not been taught in school. I disregard the ending where Beck and his guests try to make is sound like white people should not be upset about slavery because these men did not have anger over their treatment as slaves. That is a total cop out. Slavery is wrong today, it was wrong then, it was wrong in times of the christian bible. We need to know the works of black people in all of history , as we need to know the good works of gay people, females, people of other countries. My point is the white washing of history to make it look like the USA was never wrong about any issue and that white men were the only ones who did anything of value has to be fought with the truth. Texas tried to change slavery in their text books to low paid workers. Get real. Thanks for the video and anyone watching who has more information Please let me know. Hugs

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  2. Reblogged this on PliscaPlace and commented:
    A little more history than what was taught in (uhh) “his-story” class.
    btw, I don’t blame the teachers (per’se) they are only (gasp) following orders.

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  3. The rich have always been the ones to write the “history”. Look at how little we know about native American history.

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