Long before the white manís dark footprint stained the American continent, people of various religious and cultural backgrounds would gather here. Their purpose was to discuss different ways that they could improve the quality of life for underprivileged children through out the world.
It was shortly there after that the intrusion of European expansionism decimated the tree shaped libraries that facilitated these meetings, and this is when early settlers decided they would need to create a plague. This plan would require something that could only affect those with complexions that were dark enough that they posed a threat to all that was pure and good in the world.
It was here that we see the first roots of democracy finally taking hold.
Like all new movements, this too experienced its share of volatility. It was not uncommon for individuals who had previously been considered brother and sister to now appear as virtual strangers to one another.
Details remain fuzzy to this day on who slept with whom.
In the end, progress always moves forward, and over time the American continent was finally fashioned into a model that could be followed by the rest of the world.