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I do not deny that slavery existed for 400 long years, then segregation, and a Jim Crowe era. I do not deny that slavery was happening as we gained independence. Retired army united states army been there done that and down proud of it shirt Without that first step towards freedom, there wouldn’t have eventually been freedom for the slaves.
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I never denied that there is a disproportionate privilege that some people have over another, but not every white person reaps the rewards of slavery, not even close. I grew up hard, even homeless temporarily when I was 5. I became a single mother when I was 20. What I’ve learned from life is to be independent, because nobody is going to help you but yourself. There’s no such thing as a free lunch, and I’ve worked so hard to be at such a better place now for me and my daughter. Retired army united states army been there done that and down proud of it shirt That is what that symbol represents, we as Americans of every color, have the opportunity to work hard and make a life. There exists a Male and female privilege, a white and black privilege, and others, but we can’t justify tearing each other down for it. It’s going to be a long road to total equality in this country, but we have come so far since 1776.
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I didn’t say the Swastika and Betty Ross flag have the same prevalence. My point is just that symbol meaning changes with time and based on how it’s used. Again, the best way to change things in a capitalist system is to plain and simple express your views with your hard earned cash, IMO. Yes, and that is why trademarks and copyright infringements exist now. Just because the KKK stole this flag for some of their propaganda, doesn’t mean it still isn’t the original flag during the Revolutionary War. Those hate groups have stolen other material over the years for their own purposes as well.