Don’t be ill-advised, newcomers. African American history is deeply rooted into the fabric of American history. You’re strongly encouraged to learn about its existence and how it has or will affect your assimilation into American culture. Often, America’s monopolized media will mislead migrants into believing that it’s not.
Not only would it be a travesty that any part of African American history might be whitewashed, erased, or uprooted from its rightful place, but to have it happen would mean that America is living a blatant lie, and those historically based egregious lies could never deceive the cognitive and intellectual depth of America’s adversaries, likely, more so than not, further and/or ultimately weakening the United States’ moral stature around the world.
Likewise, taking into account a relatively different perspective, African American leaders, educators, historians, scholars, politicians, and the like have to vigorously guard against their culture’s history being banished in any way or even allowing the thoughts to manifest themselves in the minds of patronizing people that it can be done. Otherwise, there will always be arrogant and narcissistic sociopaths, or newcomers, who assimilate into American culture with the belief that African American history can somehow be diminished or devalued and have little or no influence on their contemporary existence. African Americans have to pull their financial, intellectual, and political resources together and show those who try to whitewash, erase, or uproot their history are naively making a grave mistake.
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