Robert F. Williams: the black self-defender who was routed from the history books


Robert F. Williams, a man who created a black guard to defend Afrikan Americans from white violence, he has now been removed from the history books. Despite the fact that he was originally a integrationalist who helped to desegregate facilities in his hometown of Monroe, South Carolina, he has now be obliterated from the history of the USA between 1946 and 1975. He would later become an important black nationalist and in his exile demand Afrikan Americans to break white American laws and rule in order to become free. Read More