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They had us go into the death chamber where they would lock someone in isolation and it has no vents or windows just wall to wall brick in complete darkness. The whole surroundings were screaming about what happened. Empty space that was so heavy that I had a lump in my throat just by standing there. The air itself seemed to scream a Queen 50nd Anniversary 1970 2020 Thank You For The Memories Signatures Shirt. Very creepy feeling, but that allowed me to partially understand the gravity of the situation, and that this must not happen again. I have been there once and that eerie, creepy feeling was exactly how you described it. Heck, we were on a field trip, but every single time when the group veered away further.
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I felt as if something was calling me back to curiosity, even at my early teens, my instincts propelled. My legs noped the fuck outta there so fast I made Mr. Usain Bolt’s record sprint looked like a stroll with his niece in the park. Wounded Knee a Queen 50nd Anniversary 1970 2020 Thank You For The Memories Signatures Shirt. Until America owns up to the atrocities it itself has committed, I don’t think we as a nation can heal. But American history books need to own up to America’s history. It is so easy to point a finger at a different country but it is much harder for the US to own up to how it treated “red and brown and black and yellow” people. This education is happening today. Europeans coming to America and now called Americans didn’t kill natives, the disease did.
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