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Published on Apr 21, 2015
In 1957, Kyle Onstott was an American novelist wrote "Mandingo" at the age of 70. The film of the same name was released in 1975. From 1610 to 1863 in America, the descendants of plantation owners lived as gods. More than 20 generation, the descendants of plantation owners had absolute power over life and death of their captives (Africans captives) and white woman. Their level of cruelty could only be compared to European Medieval Times. They are presently known as the "White Supremacists" It took the Civil War, the lose of millions of lives and the destruction of America's southern states to rip this slave culture from their hands. The descendants of White supremacists have done everything in their power to return back to this lifestyle. For over 100 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, Jim Crow Laws maintained white supremacy until 1965. The Civil Rights Movement forced the passing of the Civil Rights Bill and the Voting Rights Bill. As late as 2013, 50 years after the passing of the Voting Rights Bill, the US Supreme Court invalidates key parts of the Voting Rights Act.