Urban Myth of “John Hanson, being First Black President” taken to task!
Radio Interviews with Historian Professor Manu Ampim of California State University & Charles Fair of the MBA Journal
There has been an email circulating around the web thats claiming “John Hanson was a black man in the USA, who was President before George Washington”. The claim was printed recently on the front page of the MBA Journal.
Today we had a chance to talk to the Publisher of the newspaper Charles Fair.
We asked Mr. Charles Fair for his sources for this claim, please see link below.
Radio Interview with the Publisher of the MBA Journal Charles Fair
Radio Interview with Charles Fair
Immediately following our interview with Charles Fair, we spoke with Professor Manu Ampim of California State University. Professor Manu Ampim is an historian and primary (first-hand) researcher specializing in African and African American history and culture. He has a B.S. in Business Management and M.A. in History/African American Studies. His master thesis, “The Revolutionary Martin Luther King, Jr.” (1989) is being expanded into a two-volume work entitled, “Martin Luther King: The Evolution of a Revolutionary.”
In this interview Professor Ampim stated “America has been a racist country from the beginning. Slavery was a hallmark of American Life, going back to the first permanent English Settlement in Jamestown. Black People had no rights in early America.”
Professor Manu Ampim clearly states that this another Hoax and is outrageous.
Our research shows us that the picture being used, is a picture of a Liberian Senator who name was John Hanson