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If President George Washington had been black . . .

If President George Washington had been black, Would America have made skin color a big deal? Would we have held people in lifelong bondage Based on nothing more than the shade of their skin? Or would the words, “All men … Continue reading

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Tulsa to Montgomery March (Greenwood Massacre to Lynching Memorial)

Tulsa To Montgomery March Tulsa to Montgomery, March of madness,  Tulsa’s terrible tragedy, A mob of 1,500 men Burning down America’s  Richest black neighborhood,  Destroying 35 city-blocks While killing dozens in 1921,  Montgomery’s amazing memorial,  Honoring the 4,200 victims  Of … Continue reading

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When racism is gone, America’s slave plantations will be seen to be as horrific as Auschwitz. Search: Off the RACE Track book.

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Stop color profiling

Instead of saying, “I’m not a racist,” perhaps we should be saying, “I’m against profiling people by their skin color.” The “supremacy” or dominance of one race over another can only be maintained by brutality and cruelty. Most people want … Continue reading

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Remembering some of America’s forgotten mothers on Mothers Day

We’ve forgotten the millions of mothers in America who were brutalized by legalized human trafficking. We’ve forgotten the 4,000+ American mothers whose son or daughter was murdered by racist lynchings. We’ve forgotten the millions of American mothers treated as inferior … Continue reading

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Learning from a black bus driver . . .

Sitting in a parked bus alone with a black bus driver, I began to tell him about my book, Off the RACE Track. After more than an hour, he began to open up to me. About that time a white … Continue reading

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COGIC Pastor’s review of Off the RACE Track

My friend and Church of God in Christ (COGIC) pastor, Larry Britton, reviewed my book: “Steve Simms’ book, Off the Race Track, is thoroughly informative and creative in its approach to sharing many of the details of the African American … Continue reading

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