How did African Americans differ in the approach to combating racism in 1870?

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How did African Americans differ in the approach to combating racism in 1870?

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Ryan Johnson

Do not make me laugh. Do you remember the first world war? Not. Do you remember how people lost their loved ones in the war, their homes? These black slaves did not want release because it was convenient for them to work for the white masters. This is the real story that no one wants to remember because it is not profitable. When slavery was abolished, what did the blacks do? Were they happy? Have any of them started their own business at least once? Many simply began to steal because they did not have time to work for themselves. They are used to leading a parasitic lifestyle. I remember how in the article https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/2018/03/27/the-case-to-restore-unhyphenated-canadianism.html people talked about racism and its causes. And for the fact that once a black man did not want and did not know how to earn his living, now white people accused of racism are paying for it. This is such nonsense that I want to tie everyone to a chair and force them to tell the whole story of my black people. The African ambassador invited blacks to move to Nigeria. If someone leaves the United States, they will have to work. Therefore, no one appreciated such a gesture of assistance from their ethnic state. Everyone wants to steal and live at someone else’s expense. I saw how happy the family of the murdered Floyd was receiving money. It’s a shame, but it allows us to see this nation as true.

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The Emancipation Proclamation was singed in 1863. By 1870, African Americans did not have rights as citizens.

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