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I Was There.

And I am here.

I was in the room, as they say, where it happened.

  • Michael Moore

I was, at 11-years old, a witness to history.

A history that tomorrow, in the United States Senate, is about to be debased and pulverized.

In the summer of 1965, I, the son of an autoworker and a clerk, sat inside the United States House of Representatives, perched over a railing, looking down on the distinguished 435 members of Congress below — 6…

For 346 years, since the first slave ship in 1619 docked at Point Comfort, Virginia, there was never any real thought given to the idea of Black people voting.

If they lived in the

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