emancipate


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give equal rights to

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free from slavery or servitude

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The new Black nationalist and realist texts, on the other hand, posit materialist demands that, as I have shown in Himes's text, resist the colonization of Black life by systems that are continued by White people, and revalorize the public spheres that emancipate Black women and men.
German historian and philosopher Mergner (1940-99) spent most of his career trying to explain not only why people accept or reject structures of domination, but also why people trying to emancipate themselves form and accept new structures of domination.
Furthermore, "[m]any African Americans must have hoped for the success of the British" given the British promises to emancipate slaves throughout the colonies.
The only authentic solution to this quandary, of course, is to emancipate our nation from the UN and evict the body from our shores--an approach not in favor with the globalist clique controlling the Bush administration.
Only a viral program developed by her creator can emancipate the human race, and only one of Dorothy's own super-powered Galerians holds the key to unlocking the code and destroying the human who carries it.
If you are able to emancipate out of foster care, you have the strongest set of survival skills out there.
for political and social historians such apparent frivolity is out of keeping with the struggle of the lower orders to emancipate themselves.
We're thrilled for Seth, we're thrilled for his fans, and to be honest we're thrilled for our teenage kids who threatened to emancipate themselves if we didn't figure out a way to bring the show back.
The proclamation did not emancipate any slaves in those portions of the Confederacy that the Union army had already reconquered, including all of Tennessee and large portions of Virginia and Louisiana.
If we miss this opportunity to emancipate the taxpayers of California from the ``compassion'' industry and public-sector unions, we will continue down the road to bankruptcy.