Black men from "The Black Hebrew Isrealites" make two white women (apparently a mother and a daughter) get on their knees and kiss their feet to "apologize" for slavery. After this they use this as an opportunity to monologue about how white people (white men or women, unclear) will bow down to them. A black men next to them says something about how he believes only black men and black women can make black babies. So, the monologues probably also include themes of sexual submission to black men. The speaker calls them "lustful white girls" and "fornicators"
You can tell the women don't quite understand what's going on. They repeatedly ask towards the beginning "do hate you hate me?", ostensibly for slavery. They are convinced to apologize for slavery by getting on their knees and kissing the speaker's shoe. As the monologues continue they appear to turn quiet and become more visibly upset as they begin to understand the black supremest/hostile themes.
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