The biggest lie of our generation is how black people are relentless victims of relentless white violence. Often at the end of a badge. This book uses more than 1000 examples to document the wide spread black crime and violence, often directed at white people. And it shows how the media ignore, condone, and deny it. And how politicians, including the President, are willing partners in this deception.
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"Black Lives Matter" is taking the country by storm in the year 2020. Are black people in America really being beaten, killed, raped, attacked daily, by mobs of white supremacists? Or, is the exact opposite true? Shocking but true stories of unprovoked black and white violence, written by the people who experienced it first-hand. A compilation of first-person eye-witness accounts of anti-white acts of violence. A companion to "White Girl Bleed A Lot" and "Don't Make the Black Kids Angry" by Colin Flaherty. Hundreds of emails sent to Colin Flaherty by the white (and sometimes Hispanic, Asian, and Mixed-Race) victims of unprovoked racial violence. Compiled and edited by Darrick Evenson.
- Author : Elaine Lucille King
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1981
- Genre : African American children
- Pages : 340
- ISBN : UCLA:L0056113756
Launching Our Black Children for Success is a groundbreaking book that goes beyond the typical "how to get your kid into the best school or college" advice. This extraordinary book takes black parents step-by-step through the stages of child development so they can build a solid foundation for success in their children. It shows how to best instill pride, self-discipline, social skills, a work ethic, and a way to deal with the inevitable racism and prejudice their children will face. Authors Joyce Ladner and Theresa Foy DiGeronimo also offer a practical guide for overcoming the many injustices and obstacles African American families face and show how to shepherd their kids through the process that is required to help children keep their "eyes on the prize." Launching Our Black Children for Success helps parents to provide the strength and the strategies their children need to seek out whatever career they dream of and deserve.
Who do America's wars against poverty turn out to be wars against the poor? Why does a nation so committed to fighting crime show such a bad record of combating it and so morbid a fascination with it? Why is American racism so deeply rooted?
This book is an inspiring true story of a life transformed.With extraordinary effort and an abiding trust in God, Rita J. Bunton transformed her life. Instead of succumbing to heroin addiction, which appeared likely, she found the strength to change everything. She not only got out of an abusive relationship, with her four young children in hand, but she enrolled in college, earned her degree, and eventually became a newspaper reporter, writer, and public information director. Her story is both remarkable and uplifting."
- Author : Muhammad A. Khalifa
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 2008
- Genre : African American high school students
- Pages : 472
- ISBN : MSU:31293029567223
Forty-year-old used-car dealer Misha Edelman mourns for his wife, killed two years earlier in an automobile accident, until he encounters a teenaged couple who offer to swap a baby for a car
Drawing from a wide selection of classic and contemporary works, this best-selling reader includes 56 readings that represent a plurality of voices and views within sociology.
Covers racism in the United States, including stereotypes, prejudice against African and Asian Americans, antisemitism, violence, and efforts to make friends with people of other backgrounds and to fight bigotry
This classic reader on families and intimate relationships identifies the most current trends, places them in historical context, and balances cutting-edge scholarship with perennial favorites.
This book is about schooling in the U.S. from the particular point of view of ethnography. It tries to show how ethnography, as the field arm of anthropology, can give fresh insights into perplexing educational problems.