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One of Americas great dark periods of the 20th Century was the treatment of African Americans that lasted well after they had been freed In a country that celebrated its freedom its government of the people and by the people a good number of its people remained enslaved by injustice Blacks remained poor uneducated and segregated because whites needed someone to blame their troubles on and they needed someone to work for less Its sad to think how and institute of hate can be so strong and how little people could to think for themselvesThe book Paris Noir is refreshing and enlightening Theres a lot of history out there that remains unsung the greatest tragedy of history books is the lack of a unbiased view of whats important Luckily we live in a time where history is being examined closer and more impartially but theres still a long way to go I think history books continue to really overlook this prevailing issue in the American Armed Forces in World War I Its stunning to learn how black troops were treated and how little they were rewarded They provided a great service for America a service that has gone largely unsung Thankfully there are places in such a sad world where blacks are not treated so harshly In France and more specifically Paris blacks found a place that resembled the near equal society they had hoped America to become The French greatly appreciated their efforts and applauded their efforts even when America would deny them any recognition
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