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Fannie Lou Hamer

Fannie Lou Hamer’s Dauntless Fight for Black Americans’ Right to Vote


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Mental Slavery | The Real Unbreakable Chains


WORSE THAN PHYSICAL CHAINS

Throughout history many nations have suffered a physical defeat, but that has never marked the end of a nation. But when a nation has become the victim of a psychological defeat, then that marks the end of a nation. –Ibn Khaldun, Al-Muqaddimah


Mental slavery is a state of mind where discerning between liberation and enslavement is twisted. Where one becomes trapped by misinformation about self and the world. So someone can claim to be conscious,
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