Denesh D’Souza is coming out with his most shocking movie yet, Hillary’s America. A Documentary that looks into the history of the Democratic Party and what Hillary will do as the leader moving forward.
The film is set to release just before the GOP convention and a couple of weeks before the Democratic convention. Watch the trailer for the movie below.
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While the enslavement of African people was undoubtedly one of the central features of the Southern economy for nearly two centuries, it shouldn’t be forgotten that slavery thrived in all of the original colonies. Enslaved people were auctioned openly in the Market House of Philadelphia, in the shadow of Congregational churches in Rhode Island, in Boston taverns and warehouses and weekly, sometimes daily, in Merchant’s Coffee House of New York. At some point in their lives, such American “heroes” as John Hancock, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln (when he was a child his family enslaved people) and William Henry Seward – Lincoln’s anti-slavery secretary of state during the Civil War – owned Black people. These are some of the features of slavery in the North you probably didn’t know.
A Central Texas school board is banning the Confederate battle flag from district property and district-sponsored events.
Hays board members voted 5-2 Monday to amend the student code of conduct to ban the flag, which was formerly displayed with the Hays High School Rebel mascot.
The ban also covers any imagery deemed to be racially hostile, offensive or intolerant.
The Confederate anthem has been known to evoke the traditions of proud state and region, but also slavery and prejudice.
Confederate symbolism was also recently banned at another campus – Dixie State College of Utah.
The campus had to remove a statue depicting two Confederate soldiers, one of whom waved a confederate flag.
The flag remains a polarizing image in America, with many northern states associating it with slavery and the great death toll of the Civil War, whereas many southerners it as a point of heritage and pride.
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