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I learned that I can accept the white race despite the past killings of Negros by whites NAACP and Core was the foundation for my motivation to succeed in freeing the Negros and leading them to a life of freedom and success I learned to love my job and what I do I truly believed that one day the African American race would be free I dreamed of that day and it has come true One person can really make a difference if you put your mind to itI accept the white race now because of America America is land of the free and home of the brave Any race should be welcomed here In the past I would hate whites because of what they would do to me but I have experienced a lot and come to a conclusion that not all whites are bad People in general should not hate in the world Hatred is the cause of more hate If everybody would get along the world would just be fine but it will never happen Many people are also prejudice about blacks They would consider blacks as a bad person just because of one bad black person In the world today blacks would be judged as robbers murderers and rapists Of course that is not trueI will continue with the Movement and start evangelizing about it Many people are clueless and I will clue them in I will always be independent because thats just who I am and I dont need anybody supporting me I will set up more organization headquarters worldwide and continue with my beliefs I will try to reach out to every person out there and stop the hatred in this worldI want to change the past by changing the white murderers minds I want the murderer to think twice about what hes doing to Negros I also want to change the attitude of Mama when I was away
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