E.D.’s excellent book, STAY the COURSE, with it’s constant message of don’t give up despite the obstacles, tells how a young black girl’s grandparents were the models that gave her the inspiration to - stay any course - was the focus of our first interview. This message wasn’t just for black or poor people, but every human faces discouragement and failure in his/her life. How you deal with it both reflects your character and the development of your character. In this discussion we will be discussing racism past, present, and future.My own book on racism, RACISM, 70’s STYLE, was originally titled WE, the VICTIMS. It was about racism throughout the city of San Bernardino and how it had a terrible effect on the chances of a good education and good jobs for black people, but it also eroded the ethical and moral fiber of the majority population. It fell on deaf ears as the general belief of black inferiority was built into most of our social institutions. Obviously, for a segment of every minority population there has been good improvement, but many are still trapped in their own entitlement conceptions or reflect, actually introject the prejudices of others. They believe they are inferior. I will be taking email comments on my other computer and we will respond to them at the end of the program or you could send them now, before the program. (email@example.com)
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