Part VII examines America’s post Civil War dilemma. After the war ended, four million enslaved Africans were emancipated. Rather than be concerned about the future of these four million human lives, our government was focused on the negative effect that the abolition of slave labor would have on the American economy. This period of time began to shape the relationship between policing and the Black community with the rise of Slave Patrols and the Ku Klux Klan, which the audience will learn was supported by our nation’s president at the time. The question will be posed: Are these racist organizations a thing of the past or could history be repeating itself?