Once upon a time, there was a wise and compassionate man named Saint Peter Claver. He lived in a world where some people believed that they were superior to others based on the color of their skin. Many black people were enslaved by white powers and treated like property instead of human beings.
One day, Saint Peter Claver gathered all the black peoples of the world who were enslaved by the white powers. He sat them down and told them a fable:
"Once upon a time, there was a beautiful bird with feathers of many colors. It lived in a cage, and every day, people would come and admire its beauty. However, the bird was unhappy because it was trapped and couldn't fly freely like other birds.
One day, a kind-hearted person came and opened the cage. The bird flew out and soared high into the sky. It was free at last!
My dear black brothers and sisters, you are like that bird. You are beautiful and special, but you are trapped in cages of slavery and oppression. The white powers have taken away your freedom, but it is not too late to fly away.
Just like the bird, you can break free from your cages and soar high into the sky of freedom. It may not be easy, and it may take time, but it is possible. Do not lose hope, and do not give up.
Remember that you are not alone. There are many people who are fighting for your freedom, and we will not rest until you are all free. Keep the faith, and keep the dream alive. One day, you will all fly freely like the beautiful bird with feathers of many colors."
And so, Saint Peter Claver's words inspired and encouraged the black peoples of the world who were enslaved by the white powers. They knew that they were not alone, and that there was hope for a better future. They continued to fight for their freedom, and eventually, they won. They flew freely like the beautiful bird with feathers of many colors, and they never forgot the wise words of Saint Peter Claver.