An open letter to White people who tire of hearing about slavery when they visit slave plantations: especially Suzanne Sherman. — The Negro Subversive

Dear Ms. Sherman, When I read your reflection in The American Conservative I was so sorry to hear that you had mistaken the museum at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello for a monument to the Declaration of Independence. This mistake clearly caused much despair to you, and I suspect, to your unwitting children, who later found themselves flung […]

via An open letter to White people who tire of hearing about slavery when they visit slave plantations: especially Suzanne Sherman. — The Negro Subversive

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Author: kizito najib

Am a born of masaka district who is proud of my home area and family.Its so because when I think about the unquenchable love of all my family members I only get out of words. I was born in a family of three boys and four girls. I started schooling at the age of nine (9),my first school was kawuku parents where i started my nursery in 1999. In 2000,i was taken to Busega community school since i had grown to 4 years and my parents had migrated from kawuku to lunguja still in kampala. After my nursery,i then joined st kizito preparatory school for my primary one till i completed my primary two. From there i later joined st peters primary in my home distric t Masaka,from here i started my primary four with much love however,after only i had completed my first term,i started performing poorly something that could not be tolerated by my parents and at the beginning of third term i was shifted to another school where i completed my primary seven and this school was non other then st Balikuddembe buyiwa in Mpigi district.

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