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Slavery in California ~ A New Way Forward ~ Healing What is Hurting Black California
khubaka, michael harris
150 years later, the notion of accurate primary source documentation fully shared and available for all to see remains a challenge. Slavery in California is an open secret. Old Sacramento was the center of a statewide conversation concerning unique "California Black Codes." Salient official Federal, State, Local elected officials will be essential to ferret out the authentic "California Grown" story and silence the voices of modern day "hate crimes against humanity." The goal is to provide "A New Way Forward ~ Healing What is Hurting Black California."

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