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Staue Of Liberty on Ellis Island

Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me.
I lift my lamp beside the golden door."

Black Statue Of Liberty ??


The Statue of Liberty was originally a Black woman, but, as memory serves, it was because the model was Black. The original statue which is in France, is that of a "Black Woman"..

Statue Of Liberty

In a book called "The Journey of The Songhai People", according to Dr.Jim Haskins, a member of the National Education Advisory Committee of the Liberty-Ellis Island Committee, professor of English at the University of Florida, and prolific Black author, points out that what stimulated the original idea for that 151 foot statue in the harbor. He says that what stimulated the idea for the creation of the statue initially was the part that Black soldiers played in the ending of Black African Bondage in the United States.

It was created in the mind of the French historian Edourd de Laboulaye, chairman of the French Anti-Slavery Society, who, together with sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, proposed to the French government that the people of France present to the people of the United States through the American Abolitionist Society, the gift of a Statue of Liberty in recognition of the fact that Black soldiers won the Civil War in the United States. It was widely known then that it was Black soldiers who played the pivotal role in winning the war, and this gift would be a tribute to their prowess. Suzanne Nakasian, director of the Staue of Liberty, Ellis Island Foundations' National Ethnic Campaign said that the Black Americans' direct connection to Lady Liberty is unknown to the majority of Americans, BLACK or WHITE. When the statue was presented to the U.S. Minister to France in 1884, it is said that he remonstrated that the dominant view of the broken shackles would be offensive to a U.S. South, because since the statue was a reminder of Blacks winning their freedom. It was a reminder to a beaten South of the ones who caused their defeat, their despised former captives.

Statue Of Liberty in the harbor

Documents of Proof:
1) You may visit Click~~>http://www.mcny.org/Research/libstud.htm There, people can see an image of the terracotta model and find links to other sites.

2) Check with the N.Y Times magazine, part II_May 18, 1986. Read the article by Laboulaye.

3) The dark original face of the Statue of Liberty can be seen in the N.Y Post, June 17, 1986, also the Post stated the reason for the broken chains at her feet.

4) Finally, you may check with the French Mission or the French Embassy at the UN or in Washington, DC and ask for some original French material on the Statue of Liberty, including the Bartholdi original model. You can call in September (202) 944-6060 or 6400.

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