On, Saturday afternoon April 18, 2020, at 2 PM in Handley Regional Library’s Robertson Auditorium (Winchester) I will deliver a lecture on “US Colored Troops’ Decisive Role ending the Civil War — and Black Confederate Soldiers’ Lack of Impact.” The talk will be unique in featuring information gleaned from Handley’s Archives on 167 US Colored Troops and 23 Union sailors who were born in Winchester, two of whom are buried locally in Orrick Cemetery.
I’m glad to talk to any size group regarding any topic from the twelve chapters in Collective Amnesia: American Apartheid. Give me a call — 703 867-4120 — or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Table of Contents
One Racism and White Supremacy: America’s “Original Sin?”
Two Slavery: America’s “Peculiar Institution”
Three United States Colored Troops — and Black Confederates
Four Devastation of the Confederacy
Five Emancipation: and Reconstruction
Six The Freedmen’s Bureau
Seven “Redemption” and the “Lost Cause”
Eight Jim Crow: Race Laws and Segregation
Nine The World Wars and the Great Migration
Ten The Civil Rights Era (1954 – 1980)
Eleven Make America Hate Again
Twelve Conclusions: Whither America?
Appendix One Conclusions, UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent after January 2016 Visit
Appendix Two Illicit Lynching of Shadrack Thompson in Virginia, 1932