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Still Chained

This is the first in a series of illustrations depicting topical issues in human society. - The Artist

STILL+CHAINED%3A+The+illustration+depicts+how+African+Americans+still+turn+to+religion+after+the+hardships+they%27ve+faced+and+the+crimes+committed+by+the+church.+Though+physically+freed+from+slavery%2C+their+minds+were+still+chained+to+the+religion+taught+to+them+by+the+Europeans.+This+method+was+meant+to+subdue+them+and+have+them+turn+to+a+higher+power+than+use+their+own+power+to+help+their+situation.
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Still Chained

STILL CHAINED: The illustration depicts how African Americans still turn to religion after the hardships they've faced and the crimes committed by the church. Though physically freed from slavery, their minds were still chained to the religion taught to them by the Europeans. This method was meant to subdue them and have them turn to a higher power than use their own power to help their situation.

STILL CHAINED: The illustration depicts how African Americans still turn to religion after the hardships they've faced and the crimes committed by the church. Though physically freed from slavery, their minds were still chained to the religion taught to them by the Europeans. This method was meant to subdue them and have them turn to a higher power than use their own power to help their situation.

Alyssa Tenorio

STILL CHAINED: The illustration depicts how African Americans still turn to religion after the hardships they've faced and the crimes committed by the church. Though physically freed from slavery, their minds were still chained to the religion taught to them by the Europeans. This method was meant to subdue them and have them turn to a higher power than use their own power to help their situation.

Alyssa Tenorio

Alyssa Tenorio

STILL CHAINED: The illustration depicts how African Americans still turn to religion after the hardships they've faced and the crimes committed by the church. Though physically freed from slavery, their minds were still chained to the religion taught to them by the Europeans. This method was meant to subdue them and have them turn to a higher power than use their own power to help their situation.

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Alyssa Tenorio, Multimedia Editor

Choshi wa do! (wassup!) My name's Alyssa Mariana and I'm a senior in the TV and Film Production Academy. Online I'm known as Prince or Jace with a few...

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One Response to “Still Chained”

  1. Ms. Bell on February 12th, 2019 11:40 am

    Did you not see the overlay of newspaper articles regarding abuse by the clergy? This victimizing of children causes lifelong trauma that enslaves them.

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