In Sixty-Nine, his father and mines, they robbed banks
1969 was a time of great upheaval for Blacks. MLK was dead, and the Black Panther Party was on the rise. Often, they sought “compensation” for being discriminated against for hundreds of years, so they robbed banks to get what was theirs.
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