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{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
Do you feel guilty [[dog?]]
If I was you I wouldn't be a slave anymore.
I wouldn't go out in the fields right now

{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}

{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
[[side conversation]]

{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
Anybody over here feel guilty?

The girl right here in the blue, she had to make her mind up. Your mind made up?

{SPEAKER name="Unidentified Speakers "}
You wanna fight for your rights now?

[[side conversation]]

Is anybody man enough - to grab this hand in a battle?


Are you ready?

After 300 years of slavery, we still have people like that!

300 years of slavery, we still have people are not ready.

After being beaten, killed, raped, murdered, and hundreds of other things,

some people are not ready.


Will you join us in this freedom fight now?

Anybody stand up like a man?

We've all got apologies.

Transcription Notes:
Audio cuts out in places, and the speaker's voice is unintelligible in places as well.

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