For those who may not know, before we had the first mixed race President of the United States (a fact that can and should be argued), the first Black congresswoman or astronaut, we had the Three Fifths Compromise. Often misinterpreted … Continue reading Three-Fifths of a Person. 100% of the Burden
Compromise is the cauterizing of our collective soul. The 3/5ths compromise is just one example of our collective soul compromising and cauterization. As a nation, we have a history that is not consistent with our pledge to be “One nation, … Continue reading Compromise & Cauterization
My grandmother died three months shy of 100 years. At her funeral, a happy obituary that played like a Shirley Temple film, was read. Later, a distant relative asked me, “Would you like to know the real story?” She told … Continue reading Which Story Do We Tell?
The article below was written by Meg Tysen, a sweet, intelligent, and talented 18-year-old artist and writer. She is a Biracial Amerasian young woman and daughter of a Japanese-born mother and an American-born father who shared her thoughts the day … Continue reading Meg Tysen
It was a glorious time for America when the dream of the great American Experiment was finally coming to fruition. Subsequent, the sunset of Antebellum transformed into a bright new horizon in the name of Reconstruction. Could this be the … Continue reading The Aftertaste of Compromise.
Posted by Kevin Robinson on November 25, 2020 · Leave a Comment (Edit) The hard truth of the matter is that the Electoral College was created as bait for the Southern states to originally join the union, and no one thought about it when the Civil … Continue reading Three-Fifths V/The Electoral College, Can America Stop Taking The Bait?