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In the 1960s, a man named Fred Phelps began selling fake birth certificates for his children to raise money to build a railroad line in Kentucky.
He was an icon, and he sold hundreds of thousands of fake birth cards each year.
But his family had already passed on his legacy when he died in 1988.
When his son-in-law, Mark, discovered the man’s fake certificate and asked him to sell it, he agreed.
“I had a feeling it was something I wanted to do with him,” says Mark Phelps, who now runs his own real estate business in Louisville.
After the man died in 2015, Mark purchased a copy of his father’s birth certificate from a Louisville antique dealer.
The certificate is a real one, a signed copy of the birth certificate that Phelps made to help finance the construction of the railroad.
And now, it’s part of the property that Mark owns and will own.
In fact, Mark says he can’t wait to have the certificate in his possession, and to have his own family recognize his father as the first African-American president of the United States.
The new president of our country, he says, is someone who understands race.
“The way that the United Nations has dealt with African Americans, I think it’s time for us to get back to that,” Mark says.
He has a lot to say about that.
A man who believed in a racial utopia In the mid-20th century, Jim Crow laws and Jim Crow policies led to the deaths of hundreds of African Americans in the United Sates.
A black man named Frederick Douglass, who lived in Baltimore, was one of the first black Americans to be lynched in 1857.
He died of gunshot wounds.
His son, Frederick Douche, was a prominent figure in the civil rights movement and fought for the release of African-Americans from prison.
In the 1950s, African- Americans in Alabama were forced to walk on the ground, with a sign saying, “Walk on the Green” and “Hands off my kids.”
As a result, Douche and other African- American leaders faced threats of violence, and in 1951, Douglass wrote a letter to the editor in the Birmingham Advertiser newspaper about the racist treatment of African American people.
In it, Douce wrote, “It’s time to wake up and start looking at the other side of the coin.
We’ve got to get this race thing right.”
And the country has been looking for a way to do that since the 1960’s.
Since then, more than 50 years later, many black Americans have been denied voting rights, jobs, housing, access to education and medical care, and the right to participate in politics and the media.
The result: The country is now more divided than it’s been in decades, and racial tensions are at their highest since the 1950’s.
But for now, Mark Phelps is optimistic about his son’s future.
“It has not been an easy time,” he says.
“And it is going to be an even harder time if we don’t get this right.
But it’s going to take time.”
For his part, Mark is determined to continue his family’s legacy.
“Fred Phelps is the father of the African-America movement,” he writes on the certificate.
“His legacy is bigger than the black community and more important than the NAACP.”