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Dr. Frances Cress Welsing on Why & How Whites Protect Racism

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Chris interviews Clinical Psychiatrist and author Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, whose book "The Isis Papers: The keys to the colors" is a pivotal work in black studies.

In the aftermath of the George Zimmerman verdict many White Americans are still outraged, this time over the many Trayvon Martin rallies called for by the Rev. Al Sharpton, and what they still see as a troubling loyalty by most African Americans toward the deceased Martin.

These reactions by most on the white right seem to make Dr. Welsing's book ahead of it's time and more relevant than it was when it was first published. You can order a copy here from Amazon.com. In addition to calling-in @ the number above, feel free to drop a comment during the show and podcast by scrolling down near the bottom of this page.