Motif: Booker T. Washington
By gabemcp, Updated
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About eighty-five years ago they were told they were free united with others of our country in everything pertaining to common good, and in everything social, separate like the fingers of the hand (15)
But your great founder did. He was my friend and I believed in his vision. So much so, that sometimes I don't whether it was his vision or mine (39)
To you he is a mark on the scorecard of your achievement, a thing and not a man, a child, or even less- a black amorphous. And you for all your power, are not a man to him, but a God (95)
We take these white folks where we want them to go, we show them what we want them to see (102)
The only ones I even pretend to please are big white folk. And even those I control more than they control me. This is a power set-up, and I'm at the controls (142)
This is like life because Booker T. Washington's principles strengthen the African American race by encouraging them to fulfill the expectations of this race so that they can achieve their aspirations.
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