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The New America – Mississippi All Over Again

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By National Market Report 1097 days ago

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The New America – Mississippi All Over Again
Helen Bartlett-Hanna
Harlington L. Hanna Jr.

Research Supported by:
The Delta Ecology Research Conservancy (DERC)
The Hannaian Research Institute (HRI)

Since the historic election of Barack Obama in 2008, the first Black man to be elected as President of the United States, followed by the apparent Blacklash (Backlash) election of Donald Trump in 2016, there is a New America quickly arising and showing its ugly face. This New America is all about a Race War despite various connotations and cloaks one political party in particular is trying to dress it in. It is all about what happened in Mississippi in and around the first Campaign for Civil Rights for Blacks in America, The American Civil War.

Mississippi - The Stand Up State for The Rights of Black Americans

Due to the large number of Blacks who had been imported into Mississippi to work America’s richest soil in the Yazoo Delta area, the volume of Blacks made it possible for Blacks in Mississippi at the time to rise up, speak out, and stand up for their rights. This resulted in the BlackLash (Backlash) by the powerful White community with lynchings and vicious physical, emotional, and economic abuses and atrocities against Blacks. The Blacks in Mississippi set the stage for Blacks standing up and fighting for their rights and their lives throughout the World. The scenario is repeating itself today in modern America where the enormous and increasing accomplishments of the Black population is causing fear, concern, and consternation among what is left of the Racist White element in the United States.

In a Mississippi Clarion Ledger article by Jerry Mitchell about Civil Rights Tourists entitled Mississippi Civil Rights, history museums set to surpass attendance projections, Mitchell states that Author Ralph Eubanks said many are attracted to Mississippi because it was ground zero for the modern civil rights movement and much of what happened here is known, in contrast with some other states, still grappling to comprehend their pasts. "We've had to confront a lot more of our demons," said Eubanks, who detailed his Mississippi childhood in his memoir, "Ever Is A Long Time." "That doesn't necessarily mean we've dealt with all those demons, but our demons have been put out into the open."

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The real history of the United States is now being told and recognized nationwide due the vast increase and global reach of the number of Black storytellers and historians. Not the least of this new phenomenon of Honest History is the increased number of Black elected officials, and Black correspondents and journalists in mass media. The story being told is now a much different story, and many who believe in the old status quo, do not like it.

There are a lot more new and different Cooks in the kitchen, and Corporate America is finding this new menu can be good for their bottom line.  Inadvertently or not, American Corporatism is therefore also assisting in educating and changing America by increasingly Blackening the stage.

It is sad that this is the state of our new America, because we are really all one people. America, more so than any other country is a nation molded from the brightest, best and most resilient people from every corner of the world. Europeans who fled oppression in their own countries, Africans who were snatched from their families and communities and brought here, Indians and other ethnic populations who arrived to these shores, by choice or otherwise, and of course, Native Americans whose homes were invaded and lifestyle commandeered to accommodate the needs and whims of newer settlers.

The new Race War is being waged primarily by Republicans and Trump devotees, emboldened by States ruled by Republicans who will not acknowledge what constitutes Systemic Racism. If we want to be One People, practicing Systemic Racism and promoting Racial Division in a Country with the demographics of the United States cannot in the long run be positive, and may prove counterproductive. Their attempts to win elections by utilizing blatant Voter Suppression measures, promoting racial division and dictatorial, totalitarian, undemocratic practices is nonsensical. It is not surprising that the obvious and predictable danger of such actions has so quickly resulted in one already historic violent Coup to overthrow the U.S. government on January 6, 2021.

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The real message to be derived from the state of this New America for those who do not want to recognize Honest History is that we are indeed One People, and we need unification more than division. Simply because one segment of society is starting to catch up in the Race for Equality does not mean that the previously more privileged segment is being victimized, displaced, or discriminated against. Equalization and Unification should be celebrated, not feared. True and Honest History is a powerful teacher and should be encouraged.

Despite the common goal, articulated in its motto, E Pluribus Unum (out of many, one), the United States remains a distinct conglomerate, a nation of survivalists, different segments pitted against another but ultimately benefitting from working together.

Mottos are used to describe a country’s intent or motivation.  A number of countries’ mottos bear the word “Unity”, embodying the intent of that nation to exist and prosper as a unified body. Sadly, mottos aside, far too many countries, including the United States, have fallen short of their original intent. In some cases, the developers of the mottos were disingenuous, crafting a motto that did not truly envision unity for its entire people, but for a select few born of privilege or some elevated station in life.

Amidst the ever evolving turmoil, the notion of unity is etched in our cortex, stamped in our DNA, as evidenced by the countless songs and books penned about togetherness, unity, one heart.

Just as in Mississippi where more than anywhere else, the increased presence of Blacks birthed the Civil Rights movement, it is indeed the Mississippi Effect all over again, arising in a New America.

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