Black Lives Matter: From Holocaust to Lynching to Liberation (English Edition)

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Is the African American Holocaust over yet? - Is the African American Holocaust over yet? Some say yes, of course. Look at President Obama, look at Oprah Winfrey and look at __________ you fill in the blank. Others say go look in the jails and prisons of America. This book is a look back at historical suffering, pain, death and deception. When you look at the present, is there cause for hope for a better future? Mass incarceration of African Americans is the modern Holocaust because 60% of prisoners in the USA are African American but they only make up 13% of the population. You don't need to physically lynch a man if you can legally lynch him. Former inmates will be discriminated against, legally, for the rest of their lives, denied employment, housing, education, and public benefits. That also includes voting rights, so quite possibly, voting for Obama may be the last time a former inmate may get to cast a vote for any politician, black or white. This book helps readers understand that something must be done, and soon, to stop...
A book on race for everyone - Since the advent of Carter G. Woodson's “The Mis-Education of the Negro” (1933), which contended then that African Americans are educated away from their cultural traditions and toward European culture and in so doing, become neither fish nor fowl. Woodson believed in the value of American citizenship for people of all colors, primarily since America is a great experiment embracing all cultures. Moreover, Woodson correctly described African Americans of his day as valuing European culture over their own. Woodson, however, never advocate rejection of American citizenship or nationality. A wiser man than may, he he believed African Americans could be equal to European Americans, were the United Sates of American to fulfill its promises to all. He rejected the notion that Americanization would cause the psychological and cultural death of its African Americans. And so far, Woodson has been proved correct.Enter Thomas Jerome Baker. Baker, building on Woodson and writing nearly...
Educational! - Thomas Jerome Baker has a way of explaining history through an educational point of view. Everything in this book is very important to not only our history, but our present. I enjoyed his book very much and look forward to reading more from him!