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Slave Statutes Violated Law

U. S. slavery being a legal institution during British colonial rule is America’s public policy and serves as basic U. S. history, even though colonial slave statutes and racialized laws supporting slavery during colonial rule were not lawfully promulgated.

Revisionist Histories are Ahistorical

The rights of black students in public school districts throughout the U. S. are protected from receiving customized, inaccurate, or sculpted information and ideas proffered as actual history-based upon de jure discrimination.

Racism Shaped America’s Public Policy

America’s slave-holding Founding Fathers had the burden of proving ownership of black colonials, thus when independence was declared from the Kingdom of Great Britain in July 1776, all colonial-born blacks were protected and included.

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