Summary: The Hidden Racist History Of The United States Of America

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It is weird that the country of freedom looks and minds at such actions, and it makes us think are they faking the freedom that they are always shouting for? It is true that what Colin Kaepernick did is disrespectful for his country firstly and himself secondly, but as a foreigner I have always heard that the United States of America is the only country where you freely do whatever you want. However, it seems that what I read in Ta-Nehisi Coates about the racism is so true; discrimination exists in the country of freedom. Moreover, what Donald Trump said about Colin Kaepernick when he didn’t stand while playing National Anthem, which is leaving the United States and finding another one is a shame for the country; as it always been the only country that welcomes all the people from different countries, races and religions.…show more content…
Apparently and as what it is on the article Star-Spangled Bigotry: The Hidden Racist History of the National Anthem, there is a hidden story behind the national anthem and it is true one, which most of us did not know or did not delivered rightly to the generations. It is not the only white people who worked hard for this country and died for it, the black also died for this country even though they were not in the eye of consideration on that time. “..the blood of all the former slaves and “hirelings” on the battlefield will wash away the pollution of the British invaders. With Key still bitter that some black soldiers got the best of him a few weeks earlier.” (Francis Scott Key). Therefore, it is unfair not to have the true meaning of the national anthem well explained the people, it might be a reason of having zero racism in this

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