The C.O.W.S. w/ E.R. Bills: The 1910 Slocum Massacre

Monday, August 25th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy welcomes Mr. E.R. Bills. Mr. Bills is a White Man, an author and a proud native of Texas. He published a brief report on the 1910 slaughter of untold black residents of Slocum, Texas. He found no other information on this buried incident of White Terrorism and was ultimately approached to write a book on the topic. The 1910 Slocum Massacre: An Act Of Genocide in East Texas details how Whites fabricated an excuse to murder black citizens; Whites deceitfully alleged that blacks were arming themselves in preparation to attack innocent Whites. There was no evidence to support this claim at all – unarmed black murder Victims are common throughout the history of Systemic White Terrorism. Mr. Bills documents how easy it was to extinguish black lives at this time in Texas; black death was something to celebrate. We’ll also hear details about how 21st century Whites have no interest in accurately recounting this episode or even acknowledging that it happened. We were also honored with the presence of one the Slocum Massacre’s descendants, Ms. Constance Hollie Jawaid – black female.

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2 Replies to “The C.O.W.S. w/ E.R. Bills: The 1910 Slocum Massacre”

  1. I did not see the show, but I read the book and considering my third great grandfather and some other family members of mine are presumed to have been victims. I also commend E.R. Bills for bringing the story to others.

  2. I really enjoyed every minute of this interview and I have so much respect for Constance and the host of the show views and opinions on the topics that were discussed! I also think that the author should be commended for his work on bringing the story of the massacre at Slocumb to the public. Best wishes for the continued success for the host and author and for the Hollie family to receive the reparations that they are owed with interest along with some type of closure for not only their family but also the Slocumb community. (Nick)

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