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Posted by humpdayradio on January 20, 2016 in Talk Radio
Tags: Alex Manly, black newspaper owner, blackman, burning down city, charlotte, Chris Everet, conspiracy, Coup d'etat, fusion movement, government, Hollywood, Hump day radio, independent film, Jim Crow, Killings, massacre, men, north carolina, Nov 10 1898, politicians, post slavery, President McKinley, Propaganda Campaign, racism, racist, segregation, slaughter, violence, white girls, white supremacy, Wilmington NC, Wilmington on Fire, women
January 20, 2016 at 3:09 pm
Excellent segment once again I’m really truly love and hump day radio. You gotta keep putting this information out there I wish you guys was live so the people can call in. The history of 1898 I actually came across it couple of years back the information that I received was produced by a couple of European Americans so I look forward to checking out this documentary produced by this African warrior of truth.
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January 20, 2016 at 7:26 pm
Very interesting segment. I enjoy learning about historical events that happened to our people Whether it is negative or positive, it’s all relevant to who we are and what it says of how we were treated but also of our resiliency. I commend this young king for going against what seemed like impossible odds to produce this documentary. I look forward to viewing “Wilmington on Fire”.
May 21, 2017 at 5:44 pm
Thank you for bringing this story to light I been on this since 8th grade and I’m 45 now!!! Its a shame that this happened and very important to understand this.. When I went to Wilmington for visit I could feel the ancestors calling out for justice! Vainglorious and Asé. The knowledge, wisdom is the true wealth we have!
May 21, 2017 at 5:47 pm
Thank you for the response. The movie is done really well!
May 22, 2017 at 7:35 am
Hey Donald! This is S.A.M Fortune responding… First of all, THANK YOU for listening! Secondly, it says a lot that about how open your eyes are for you to have known about this Wilmington incident way back in the 8th grade. I felt ashamed that I’ never even heard about it until we interviewed the director of Wilmington on Fire. It’s terrible that this happened and hopefully more people peep the show and spread the awareness to help the ancestors of those people get justice and get their property back! Again, thanks for listening!! Stay woke!!
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