1619 is what is incredibly shocking is that it is SO recent.
This situation(s) is actually something I’d think happened in eighteen hundred something. It is hard even to conceive that it IS SO modern. Yet simultaneously, not shocking, not surprising, and not sensible. Of all these such reports and the like that are so repetitive over so many centuries… I only wonder when…and why don’t we as blacks do same with the great positive effects WE share with society??..this would be in honor of other’s great loss and betrayal…we need not their form of freedom, we need be WOKE!
Tkotoo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/24/24
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The usage of quotes to then reach conclusions that don’t match what the quotes say and the statement that the 15th amendment “set the stage” for the 19th are a couple of the biggest points that are just super disappointing for something from the Times to produce. Has a lot of interesting sound...Read full review »
Go Green! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/23/19
I have begun reading the essays from the 1619 Project and am glad there is an audio component as well. Nikole Hannah-Jones’ brilliance knows no bounds.
AdenaJ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/20/19
If our democracy has any future at all, we Americans must understand and reconcile our past. This is an extraordinary and complex work, an archeology of the real story of our people, with all of its brutality and humanity. Urgent, necessary, and deeply moving.
JL@BigJ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/24/19
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