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Let's See What Will Happen To Everyone Included and Excluded If We Don't Talk About This Civically?

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Your host Min. W.D. Patterson is a purveyor of the unadulterated truth via multiple professions and disciplines. Amongst them only to name a few are his work as a clergyman and social scientist of human geography. In order to be effective much the same as his inherent predecessors of their day e.g. Benjamin Banneker, Frederick Douglass, George Washington Carver, and W. E. B. Du Bois just to name a few, Min. W.D. Patterson had no choice but to master numerous career orientations by any means necessary simply to be able to escape the inevitable bondage that experiments in the social-engineering of slavery bred to renew his own mindset through education. I refuse to allow blacks to be left out of these mainstream American processes again as they have been so blatantly done in the past. Even though there were black speakers and participants in the past they were NOT REPRESENTATIVE of TRUE BLACK CULTURE and upward mobility interests. This week's show will be a continuation of last week, "The Separation of Church & State's Lasting Impact on Black Education To Date." --- Are we there yet? The American policies that promoted and enforced the intentional exclusion of Blacks and Indentured Servants as early as the 1619 "Maryland Doctrine of Exclusion," 1638 policies of the same magnitude, and The 1665 Slave Laws. We will use these as tools for educating the masses.

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