The first and most identifiable image of the 18th-century abolitionist movement was a kneeling African man with a banner stating “Am I Not a Man and a Brother?”
It was an image commissioned by abolitionist Quakers, playing on religious symbolism to tug on the heartstrings of white folks. The kneeling black man looking feeble and in need of the graciousness of white people, underscoring the perception of black inferiority that’s continued in art and culture until even now. (We're looking at you white liberals.)
It’s bullshit. So I changed the slogan to something more appropriate for any shackled person of any age, color, or creed, broke the chains, and added a sidearm.
Shake the fakes and make the poseurs' hearts pound. Liberty is taken, not granted.
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