Emancipation Proclamation –January 1, 1863

Although well meaning, Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation did little to actually free slaves. It was not until the passage of the 13th Amendment that abolished slavery and gave the government the right to enforce this law. Then until the passage of the 14th Amendment, three years later, although “free” only white men had rights. American Minute … More Emancipation Proclamation –January 1, 1863

A Short History of Slavery

Slavery didn’t start in 1492 when Columbus came to the New World. And it didn’t start in 1619 when the first slaves landed in Jamestown. It’s not a white phenomenon. The real story of slavery is long and complex. Candace Owens explains.  Click here to watch.