J. C. Jenkins of Wilkinson, Mississippi: 523 slaves.
J. Harleston Read of Georgetown, South Carolina: 511 slaves.
John Butler of McIntosh, Georgia: 505 slaves.
Charles Heyward of Colleton, South Carolina: 491 slaves.
Alfred V. Davis, Concordia, Louisiana: 500+ slaves. 4 Cotton plantations.
O. J. Morgan, Carroll, Louisiana: 500+ slaves. 4 Cotton plantations.
Levin R. Marshall, Concordia (2), Louisiana: 248 slaves. Madison (1), 236 slaves. Cotton.
D. F. Kenner, Ascension, Louisiana: 473 slaves. Sugar.
R. R. Barrow, Lafourche, Louisiana: 74 slaves; Terrebonne: 399 slaves. Sugar.
Mrs. Mary C. Stirling/Sterling, Pointe Coupee (2), Louisiana: 338 slaves. Sugar. West Feliciana: 127 slaves. Cotton.
This video pretty much speaks for itself. It shows some of the biggest slave owners in America. It shows how America was built from the blood,sweat and tears of black people. And they wonder why many of us are still in poverty. What would you expect?? You work for hundreds of years with NO payment. Reparations should have been paid a long time ago.
Teria Birlon realized at an early age that she loved to create and tell stories. Growing up you could often find her at home in a corner formulating scenes and acting them out with an all-star cast…………her dolls! Her first performance on the stage was in an elementary school play called Sacagawea in which she played the title role. After the curtain call, she ran up to her mother and told her, “I want to do that again!”
And that’s just what she did. Teria began honing her craft in elementary, middle and high school plays as well as church plays in her community. She obtained a B.A. from Alabama State University’s well renowned theatre department and an M.F.A. from University of Washington’s prestigious Professional Actor Training Program. Teria was also one of ten actors accepted into the Guthrie Theatre Experience for actors in training. Teria has landed T.V. and Film roles in shows such as, “The Rosa Parks Story,” “Heartland,” “Life,” “The Young and the Restless,” and the hit feature film, “Think Like A Man.
There are no words to describe this buffoonery. I guess you could call this the “gay edition”. This is the Alabama all-male cheerleading team. They are known as the Prancing Elites. This video is enough evidence of why black men need to be raising their sons in the proper manner. The video is only a minute long but it seems like an eternity. Buffoonery in the highest degree.