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Before We Say…

Before we say, “May we never forget,” let us remember the Indigenous and African peoples murdered and enslaved by the United States of America.

Let us remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Salvador Allende, Palestine, and the people of Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Honduras.

Let us remember Texas, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Nevada.

And let us remember the Iraqi and Afghani children and civilians killed by US bombs and bullets. 

Yes, may we never forget. 

Image: US soldiers stand over a mass grave for 300 Lakota, mostly women and children, massacred by American troops on December 29, 1890.

Before We Say…

Before we say, “May we never forget,” let us remember the Indigenous and African peoples murdered and enslaved by the United States of America.

Let us remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Salvador Allende, Palestine, and the people of Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Honduras.

Let us remember Texas, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Nevada.

And let us remember the Iraqi and Afghani children and civilians killed by US bombs and bullets.

Yes, may we never forget.

Image: US soldiers stand over a mass grave for 300 Lakota, mostly women and children, massacred by American troops on December 29, 1890.