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Book of Negroes Review Pt.6 by Word Mason

The Book of Negroes Review Pt.6   From the Tablet Reviews: The Book of Negroes, Episode 6 Sometimes we are all put on earth and endure innumerable hardships for a reason. Along our journeys we acquire skills, take on experiences, and suffer great loss to the end of preparing us for the eventual great feats […]

Book of Negroes Review Pt.5 by Word Mason

Book of Negroes Review Pt.5 by Word Mason   From the Tablet Reviews: The Book of Negroes, Episode 5   In Canada we pride ourselves on the strides forward that we have made in the fields of human rights, race relations, and gender equity. We have our charters, anti-discrimination laws, and committees promoting multiculturalism. We […]

Book of Negroes Review Pt.4 by Word Mason

Book of Negroes Review Pt.4 From the Tablet Reviews: The Book of Negroes, Episode 4 It has oft been said that history is written by the victors. When the victors write history, they choose to record the events that make their choices wise, their victories glorious, and their conduct honourable. When we read history, we […]

Book of Negroes Review Pt.3 by Word Mason

Book of Negroes Review Pt.3 by Word Mason From the Tablet Reviews: The Book of Negroes, Episode 3 What is freedom? In North America, we do many great and terrible things in the name of freedom. We hold what we consider to be free and fair elections to choose our leadership, we protest in the […]

Book of Negroes Review Pt.2 by Word Mason

Book of Negroes Review Pt.2 by Word Mason   From the Tablet Reviews: The Book of Negroes, Episode 2 In a free and democratic society, the right to self-determination is one that many of us take for granted. We enjoy the right to freedom of movement, association, and access to free education. What if all […]