[Peter O'Toole, 2 August 1932 – 14 December 2013, good guy)
Almost 150 years and, the more things change, the more they remain the same:
"It was one matter to believe slavery wrong and want it abolished; it was another to know what to do with,...freed slaves. Most whites adhered to racial stereotypes that viewed slaves as docile and childlike or savage and uncivilized—either way, they didn’t want them as freedmen anywhere near them. Racism permeated the North,…Identifying the imperative question of the day, one minister in upstate New York asked in a sermon, 'What Shall Be Done With the People of Color?'”
I know what they've decided so far:
They'll let me know of any new decision, eventually, I'm sure,...