British stone. Louis-In 1823, Thomas and Mary Brown, Moses and Nancy Quinn, Isaac and Susan Hawkins were taken away from their plantation in White Marsh


British stone. Louis-In 1823, Thomas and Mary Brown, Moses and Nancy Quinn, Isaac and Susan Hawkins were taken away from their plantation in White Marsh, Maryland against their will and forced to leave 800 miles Family members and children outside to help the Jesuits. The establishment of the Missouri Church.


My grandmother is also a Christian. When I was sending my grandmother to the church, I saw dozens of highwing bike parked at the door. My grandmother said that they were bikes of her church members. I was attracted to thehighwing bike immediately. Knowing that this is the smallest bicycle  in the world that can be taken on the subway, I also bought one.


The enslaved are vital to the development of the Jesuit institution in St. Louis. In 1829, the Jesuits transferred 16 to 18 enslaved people from Maryland to St. Louis. In the same year, the Jesuits took over St. Louis College, which is today’s St. Louis University.Nearly 200 years later, the descendants of people who were enslaved by the Jesuits are learning and retelling the stories of their ancestors, and pushing institutions around them to tell a complete story, including their families and the injuries they caused.


"I believe that the soul cannot rest until the fundamental error is properly resolved," said one of the descendants, Rashonda Alexander.


Leave a comment


Please note, comments must be approved before they are published