The celebration of this day is an important reminder for us to study an historical event and the circumstances of that particular time.
In this silent video, Augusta calls our attention to the need for our children and all of us to study the long reach of the history of African American people and not focus on only one time span that has a generally negative effect on our thinking.
Unfortunately, few Americans—African Americans included- know the history of African American people prior to enslavement in America. And daily we see examples of disorientations, racism, and lack of understanding that might be changed if a full knowledge of the African heritage of African Americans were known about and understood.
So this video is an attempt to open up discussions and knowledge -sharing with the hope of helping all of us engage in some of the needed communication that leads to higher levels of understanding.
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