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Pt2:White Racism vs. Black Racism: Most People Are Confused About What Racism Is

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Listen to The African History Network Show Wednesday, Sept. 3rd, 8:00pm-11:00pm EST with host Michael Imhotep for “Part 2: White Racism vs. Black Racism: Most People Are Confused About What Racism Is".  We’ll continue our discussion on this subject dealing with Racism from a historical perspective which is something most people don't understand.  Last night we dealt with teachings from Dr. Joy Degruy author of “Post Traumatic Slave Disorder”.  Tonight we’ll deal with teachings from Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, Dr. Claud Anderson and an essay by Michael Imhotep, “A Brief History of Racism Defined”.  We’ll also further discuss the Apology for Slavery and Jim Crow Segregation that the U.S. Government issued, July 29th, 2008, House Resolution 194.     Call in with your questions at (914) 338-1375.

 

If you do not understand European White Supremacy and Racism, what it is and how it works, everything else that you think that you understand will totally confuse you.

What I find very interesting is the same people who tell African Americans, "if you want racism to stop then stop talking about it", would never tell Jews, "if you want Anti-Semitism to stop then stop talking about it".  They also would never tell Women, "if you want Sexual Harassment by men at work to stop then stop talking about it".

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