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American Apartheid

A Documentary

ByElder O'Ghe

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American Apartheid American Apartheid chronicles the entire of history of where white supremacy, racial injustices, and economic inequalities were created, spread, and deeply rooted in American society. White supremacy, racial injustices, and economic inequalities have a long and lingering history from Britain and their staggering influence over the course of American history from the colonies to the white supremacy, the declaration of independence, the constitution, and racist policies and procedures within the American system. In this deeply researched documentary, O’Ghe gives African Americans and minorities reason to hope and offers African Americans and minorities the tools to change the laws and policy passed by local, state, and federal governments and providing the necessary data to take the steps needed for African Americans and minorities become equal and free, once and for all. This must-read guides readers through the many ways the inequalities of African Americans and minorities life in American, from the arrival of Africans in America in 1619 to modern-day race relations. In a compelling argument, this groundbreaking documentary incontrovertibly makes clear a critical look at the initiatives essential tools for African Americans and minorities to dismantle racism from its foundation up. A groundbreaking examination of the white race, and the racial discrimination that followed and the means for African Americans and minorities true Emancipation proclamation.

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Publication Date
Oct 22, 2020
Language
English
ISBN
9781716489013
Category
History
Copyright
Some Rights Reserved - Creative Commons (CC BY)
Contributors
By (author): Elder O'Ghe

Specifications

Pages
108
Binding
Paperback
Interior Color
Black & White
Dimensions
US Letter (8.5 x 11 in / 216 x 279 mm)

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