2 thoughts on “Many Rivers to Cross — The Beginning”

  1. And I can also agree with the beginning of this when they said we blacksified it we took it and made it better.Thats how I feel about the word Nigga whites try to make it against the law in places because we took a word they use to disrespect us and we turned it To a term of endearment.From basketball all the way to stand up comedy we made it cultured and better.

  2. Besides the fact this guy Johnson owning a slave of his own I would call him living the American dream he got property from his owner and took off with his tabbaco farm.

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