Saturday, September 14, 2019

Frederick Douglass showed that the Irish were always white in America

In 1853, referring to black people as us, Frederick Douglass wrote:
Every hour sees us elbowed out of some employment to make room for some newly arrived emigrant from the Emerald Isle, whose hunger and color entitle him to special favor. These white men are becoming house-servants, cooks, stewards, waiters, and flunkies.

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