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Finding the Glory of God: Experiencing Poverty, Bigotry and Racism Autobiography of Eugene Jackson Jr. By Eugene Jackson Jr. & Lauren Victoria J.
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Finding the Glory of God, by author Eugene Jackson Jr., narrates the story of his life, of an African-American male in America who evolved, like others, from Negro, to black, and to the current... More > classification throughout seven-plus decades—1931 to the present. More than an autobiography, it goes back to the turn of the twentieth century, touching on the lives of others who crossed his path or whose path he crossed on his journey. It contains details or perceptions of what was and what is coming. Jackson includes stories from his time in the military during the Korean War, familial anecdotes, family and American history, and his feelings and impressions built during a lifetime. He offers a look at his history through his religious experiences and revelations and what it was like being a black man.< Less
Swagger Nation: Sports, Politics, Mind Control, Conspiracy Theories, Racism, DNA Manipulation, Government Takeover & Survival Tactics By Damon J. Smith
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Swagger Nation highlights the hypocrisy in pop culture, the political power structure, the benefits of privilege, the underlying agenda behind the mega dollar sports world, and a society that claims... More > to be past systematic racism. Swagger Nation will jump start your mind if you've been asleep, and validate all you've known if you've felt like an alien in this new world we live in. Break the hypnotic trance and mind control that is so common in this world. Swagger Nation arrives just as we are facing political lies, mind control by way of TV and mind altering foods and a Government Takeover that is happening in clear view for all to see.< Less
White Fragility - Summarized for Busy People: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism: Based on the Book by Robin J. DiAngelo By Goldmine Reads
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What makes it difficult to discuss racism with white people? DiAngelo provides a simplified yet in-depth explanation of how white fragility acts as an instigator in racial stereotypes, particularly... More > in the present-day American society. She likewise includes viable suggestions on how white people can work on their own racial prejudices, despite the hard challenges coupled with it. The book’s objective is to show readers how a seemingly embedded system of racism can still be deconstructed and reformatted in order to embrace a more open-minded perspective and acceptance of the diversity that surrounds us.< Less
White Fragility - Summarized for Busy People: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism: Based on the Book by Robin J. DiAngelo By Goldmine Reads
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The book’s title bears the answer to that question: White Fragility. White Fragility is a term coined by the author. It describes the defensive responses that white individuals often exhibit... More > whenever they are confronted about their racial acts and statements. Most people might not even realize it, but one of the pressing factors why racism continues to prevail at this day and age is the refusal of whites to come to terms with their racially biased perspectives and voluntarily work towards reshaping their unbecoming viewpoints. DiAngelo provides a simplified yet in-depth explanation of how white fragility acts as an instigator in racial stereotypes, particularly in the present-day American society. The book’s objective is to show readers how a seemingly embedded system of racism can still be deconstructed and reformatted in order to embrace a more open-minded perspective and acceptance of the diversity that surrounds us.< Less
Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy and the District of Columbia & Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race and Racism in the Struggle for Voting Rights in the District of Columbia By Eli Zigas & Nell Schaffer
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The first manuscript, "Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy in the District of Columbia," by Eli Zigas, examines the history of movements to gain democracy in DC since 1800, public... More > opinion on the issue, and the interplay of the law, politics, and finances in the city’s future. The study presents the first historical narratives of the push for the 1978 DC Voting Rights Amendment, the fight for statehood in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, and the subsequent Control Board period. It also includes original research results from three focus groups conducted in Iowa in 2005 examining public opinion on the issue of Democracy in DC. The second manuscript, "Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race in the Struggle for District of Columbia Voting Rights," by Nell Schaffer, analyzes the history of the voting rights and home rule movements from a race perspective beginning after the Civil War.< Less
Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy and the District of Columbia & Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race and Racism in the Struggle for Voting Rights in the District of Columbia By Eli Zigas & Nell Schaffer
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The first manuscript, "Left with Few Rights: Unequal Democracy in the District of Columbia," by Eli Zigas, examines the history of movements to gain democracy in DC since 1800, public... More > opinion on the issue, and the interplay of the law, politics, and finances in the city’s future. The study presents the first historical narratives of the push for the 1978 DC Voting Rights Amendment, the fight for statehood in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, and the subsequent Control Board period. It also includes original research results from three focus groups conducted in Iowa in 2005 examining public opinion on the issue of Democracy in DC. The second manuscript, "Seat of Democracy or Home of Hypocrisy? The Role of Race in the Struggle for District of Columbia Voting Rights," by Nell Schaffer, analyzes the history of the voting rights and home rule movements from a race perspective beginning after the Civil War.< Less
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Ces histrions du racisme qui défigurent la République. Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala et Manuel Valls By Shanan Khairi
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Le déclin du pamphlet s'explique tant par une fréquente faiblesse de plume, un propos souvent sectaire et les lois bridant de telles formes d'expression. Aujourd'hui... More > méprisé, on ne peut oublier la qualité et la portée de certains textes qu'il a généré. Quel éditorialiste ne s'est-il jamais rêvé écrire un "J'accuse" ? Quel écrivain ne peut-il trouver d'inspiration chez Marcel Aymé ? A l'heure où seuls des intellectuels d'extrême-droite s'y essayent encore, profitant des nouvelles protections des expressions politiques offertes par la Cour Européenne, cette série se propose de réhabiliter le genre pamphlétaire. "L'affaire Dieudonné" a déchaîné les passions dans l'hexagone. L'Europe a quant à elle assisté médusée à ce psychodrame, tant de par les personnalités des protagonistes que de par l'issue inédite qui lui a été réservée par le pouvoir exécutif. Le deuxième texte de cette série offre le regard externe d'un citoyen belge.< Less
thoughts, prejudiced thoughts By Liza Kamicheril
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Experiences and thoughts on racism during my thirty years in N America
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This is a slightly mysterious approach to the topic of racial difference, and how to prevent racial differences from being detrimental to human communication. It reads as a book of the dead. It... More > also includes other previously published poetry and a children's story, and an essay written while Barak Obama was being sworn into office. I recommend you all accept the warning in it. A number of copies are already distributed here in Australia, without the author's name in mention, and it is copyright here 2010 as written by anonymous indigenous author. Nevertheless the copyright is held in Australia by a propriety limited company absolutely committed to redistribute any profits to whom is most in need of.< Less

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