Demarcus Jones and the Solar Calendar VII
Demarcus Jones’s journey with the Solar Calendar is finally coming to an end. He was told that the last time would be the last time, that it would work. He desperately wants to make one final attempt to solve the mysteries of the Solar Calendar before school is over. He’s used the Solar Calendar with five other people, but they’re scattered across three states. Half of them won’t even talk to him. Can these people even help or is this all for nothing?
Black Facts introduced by Demarcus Jones and the Solar Calendar VII:
Origin of Humanity
Origin of Racism
Out of Africa
And much much more
“It is supposed to be a class discussion Demarcus,” Keenan’s sidekick chimed in. “I think it would help the class if you tell us why you disagree with what EVERYONE else thinks.” He emphasized the word everyone, like I was the only one wrong.
Back then, I would get in trouble for talking to classmates, disagreeing with the teacher, or just being there really. I hadn’t been sent to the principal’s office since then. My mom thought it was because I was in middle school and that I had improved my behavior. It was really because I just stopped talking.
“Since all of the resources within many European countries were either held by the monarchy or the church, all power was centrally located. Whether they wanted to or not, taxes taken from all the peasants financed wars outside of Europe. These countries could use their resources to build more armies with more weapons and more ships.”