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    • Mckenzie Stieff

      placesandspaces215: soulbrotherv2: The Real... | AFRICAN, BLACK & DIASPORIC HISTORY

    • ༺ Suzanne W ༻

      This is Dangerfield Newby, the man on which the movie "Django Unchained" is loosely based. He joined the John Brown party to save his wife, Harriet and their children. Their's was a real love story and it's captured and preserved within the lines of their love letters.

    • patricia glover
      • 1 year ago

      I just wonder about united states it takes hollywood to make one or two loosely base american history, to tell the world about the true united states, who run all over the world saving every one else.

    • Gayle Whitlock
      • 1 year ago

      There is a documentary on U-Tube "Slavery and the Making of America" produced by Luminary Aurora. Also S.B.A.N. documents slavery AFTER the civil war. Both productions are honest and show how it was slave labor that build this country and enriched European countries. I could not continue watching S.B.A.N. due to the blatant cruelty and injustice. I became emotionally overwhelmed.

    • Linda Hartinian
      • 1 year ago

      Django was not the kind of movie I would go to so I really learned something interesting today I'm glad I clicked on it.Thank you. Poor Mark will just stay the way he sounds and I'm sorry for himt.

    • Gayle Whitlock
      • 1 year ago

      you and me both.

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