In today's meeting i'd like to suggest we say sorry to those whom experienced or suffered slavery.
But we can admit that they have been through a lot, and that they deserve the credit. As Mceachin agrees quoting "We study history to learn from it and while we have much to celebrate in American history, we also acknowledge some very painful lessons, including ... the experiences of African Americans,"
You see, back then african-americans were not treated well at all! In fact this article stating "the most horrendous of all depredations of human rights and violations of our founding ideals in our nation's history." supports my claim well.
I think we can all agree know that we should say sorry with this evidence!! Well.....
We didn't do injustice with them, our big ancestors did!! A critic said "I don't think I can apologize for something I haven't done. ... While I am sorry for those past injustices, my efforts here have to be to make sure they don't ever occur again,"
Here comes our rival!
Hooooold up mister!!
Though SOME people don't agree *cough* many states are putting in resolutions like Virginia as mention in an article issued a resolution expressing "profound regret" for its role in the enslavement of African Americans.