The Brown Man’s Burden – Henry Labouchère

The Brown Man’s Burden – Henry Labouchère

“…The brown man’s loss must ever imply the white man’s gain.
Pile on the brown man’s burden,
compel him to be free;
Let all your manifestoes
Reek with philanthropy.
And if with heathen folly
He dares your will dispute,
Then, in the name of freedom,
Don’t hesitate to shoot.”

The Black Man’s Burden – Lulu Baxter Guy

The Black Man’s Burden – Lulu Baxter Guy

“Take off the black man’s burden,
This boon we humbly crave.
Have we not served ye long enough?
Been long enough your slave?
Cut loose the bands that bind us,
Bid us like men be strong.
Think of the brave deeds we have done;
Look not for all the wrong…”

Black Man’s Burden, by Reverend H.T. Johnson

Black Man’s Burden, by Reverend H.T. Johnson

“Pile on the Black Man’s Burden.
’Tis nearest at your door;
Why heed long bleeding Cuba, or
dark Hawaii’s shore?
Hail ye your fearless armies,
Which menace feeble folks
Who fight with clubs and arrows
and brook your rifle’s smoke.
Pile on the Black Man’s Burden
His wail with laughter drown…”

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