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Willie Lynch Letter: Making of a Slave: Fact or Fiction

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Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth has a mission to use technology to speak - biblical, ethical, societal - truths, creating dialog that enlightens and causes individuals to consider and seek truth in every aspect of our lives.

That being said our last broadcast promised to investigate the motive, legitimacy, and repercussions, of a speech that a man named William - Willie - Lynch allegedly made in 1712 on the bank of the Charles River in Virginia for the purposes of teaching on the art of making a slave. Our discussion is what, if any, long term effects such inhumane treatment upon a people would/could potentially have on a people, and how the American people could collectively unite for change based on the historical racial narrative between black & white relations since the implementation of treating human beings as products to be bought and sold for economic gain and prosperity. 

In the spirit of transparency, in the light of truth, our research team has uncovered new literature that sheds new - perhaps truthful - perspective to consider. Among others, Dr William Jelani Cobb, a renowned African American historian, through linquistics and academic research vehemently denies the authencity of the document based on histroical and linguistic evidence that, he states, proves the document to be unequivocally impossible and untrue. 

In the search for truth, during today's show we will entertain Dr Cobb's perspective, considering if the document is in fact a fraud, what were the motives of those who may have maliciously spread this horrid untruth, as well as the effects it may have had on those who resigned to this documented action being true.

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