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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Roland Martin Gives Bill O'Reilly A History Lesson On Black Folks And American Patriotism



There's probably not that much new here in the first few minutes for black people who have at least a thumbnail sketch of black history in their heads.



But Martin starts going into some of the details of black historical figures when he starts trotting out book after black history book that tell of how black men fought for a country where they black people were not seen as equal. 

I might actually have to go and get Jackie Robinson's book and I really don't read about sports figures at all... like ever.





Give this a two or three minutes before deciding whether or not this is a book source for you too