The Declaration of Independence, revolutionary ideas, and changing systems

Last year was the 400th anniversary of African slaves arriving at Virginia’s Jamestown colony in 1619. The New York Times commemorated this event with a collection of essays called the 1619 Project. The 1619 Project proclaimed that 1619 was the year America was founded and not 1776. The senior editor justified this controversial narrative by explaining that the…

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J. Pharoah Doss is a columnist for the New Pittsburgh Courier.

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