PICTURES are from the NEW 2nd Edition of EXTINGUISH the Flames of Racial Prejudice - a nonfiction book that rips apart the lies feeding racism.
PICTURES are from The Person or the Skin. The book proves that General Forrest's target at Fort Pillow, Tennessee, was its Educational Center. (This fact historians failed to research or failed to report.) You enter into a classroom of 9th graders. Their teacher is affectionally called, Teach. He is black and a descendant of a survivor of the massacre that occurred on April 12, 1864. His collection of maps, documents, and history is used to stir in the hearts of his students a love for reading and writing. (Establishment of Education Centers meant there was no longer a need to flee to Canada.)
PICTURES are from the pdf file World of Academia and Slavery. A secret code and oath was introduced from Europe by Professor Louis Agassiz. They called it Scientific Lazzaroni, or "Pure Science". In 1846, when it was introduced, it was used to remove from office scientists that disagreed with slavery. Though Agassiz and his associates died, the code remains as a tool to keep hidden from the public scientific facts that disagrees with their theories and ideologies.