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Don"t blame the Blacks because slavery systems still exist

Jean Ricardy Georges

Don"t blame the Blacks because slavery systems still exist

by Jean Ricardy Georges

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Published by CBH Books in Lawrence, MA .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • African Americans -- Social conditions.,
  • African Americans -- Education.,
  • African Americans -- Study and teaching,
  • Slavery -- United States -- History.,
  • Racism -- United States.,
  • United States -- Race relations.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Jean R. Georges.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE185.86 .G43 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21873105M
    ISBN 109781598350524
    LC Control Number2007033253
    OCLC/WorldCa165957189

    I don't know where you're pulling your statics from, but you need to put them back. Slavery may have ended over years ago but black people in America still suffer from the effects of slavery. A lot of black people can only trace their lineage back so far due to slavery.   The way to stop blacks blaming Whites for slavery, is to make it non-profitable financially. They don't blame Whitey for slavery because they are so concerned about their ancestors like they pretend to be, it is more often than not because .

    Liberals blame every problem faced by the black community on white racism, but according to conservative blogger Robert Joyner, "the reality is that black behavior and attitudes cause a great deal of the obstacles and challenges that they face." Take .   White people are not to blame for slavery. I think while both definitely got a very short stick compared to the white settlers, the clear loser of them all was the Indians. Slavery is horrible, and we should be ashamed as a nation of allowing it, but it's not as bad as genocide.

      Europeans were not the only one to blame of being responsible of the slavery. In order to get those people to slavery, it is evident that they have been helped by someone who knew the African territories. As a result, the best person was an insider. One can conclude that the Africans deserve more blame than Europeans for the Atlantic Slave Trade.   Because a rigid racial division of labor didn't exist in the 17th century colonies, many conspiracies involving Black slaves and white indentured servants were hatched, though ultimately foiled.


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Don"t blame the Blacks because slavery systems still exist by Jean Ricardy Georges Download PDF EPUB FB2

The "legacy of slavery" in the United States has become a convenient catchphrase to obscure the source of problems in the black community: the welfare state. Your hypothetical doesn’t give enough information to answer the question.

Slavery is one thing, however, it is a misconception that black people blame slavery for the ills that are present in our community. Segregation, Jim Crow, Apartheid, and other systems of discrimination are always left out of the argument.

Four hundred years after enslaved Africans were first brought to Virginia, most Americans still don’t know the full story of slavery. The Project examines the legacy of slavery in America.

Just by you asking this questions proves you could never understand. If you aren't empathetic or black I don't think you can. Lol it's funny because everyone tells blacks to get over slavery but almost everyday you see it in books and commercials and what not about 9/11 saying never forget and people fucking with every Islamic just because of 9/ Thought for the Day: Why blacks don’t blame Arabs for slavery.

David Hiscox - J Because they know it won’t do them any good. The Arabs aren’t sorry. They are proud of their mythical Golden Age. And they sure as hell won’t be shamed out of their money. XYZ featured books. ABOUT : David Hiscox.

Africans collaborated in the new system, to be sure, but they didn’t create or control it. White people did. But many different peoples—of many different colors and cultures—got their hands dirty with slavery. That’s important, too, because it reminds us of our shared duty to challenge other kinds of injustice today.

Slavery was so long ago, way before any of us were born or even thought of. The civil was was over a hundred years ago so why do black people still say they hate white people because of what we did to them. White people didn't do anything to you.

Our ancestors did something bad to your ancestors hundreds of years ago, which is something way beyond our control, so why are you still. I've never owned a slave, so who cares what my ancestors did.

and yes, you have a point; a lot of the blame is on the black upper-class, but like the white slavers, those people are dead.

really. A number of social ills have been blamed for the large numbers of blacks in prison — poverty, single-parent homes, and gangs. While these issues may be factors, the Black Codes reveal that since slavery ended, those in power have used the criminal justice system as a vehicle to strip African-Americans of their liberty.

This includes the Author: Nadra Kareem Nittle. Most blacks see race as still of fundamental importance; most whites (and also many Asians and Hispanics) think blacks are obsessed with race. with their new book, America in Black Author: Glenn C.

Loury. A supporter displays a sign though her window during a protest on Saturday, July 9, in Washington, DC. The demonstration was held in response to the officer involved shooting deaths’ of. 18 Things People Don’t Seem To Get About White People (Because, Racism) By Anonymous, April 11th Comment; those cases in which it does exist.

Like in the Nation of Islam and Black Hebrew Israelite supremacist groups. Or all those times when I walked through Jamaica, Queens, Wyandanch, Long Island, and Far Rockaway, Queens and was. The black family structure is not the only retrogression suffered by blacks in the age of racial enlightenment.

In every census from toblacks were either just as active or more so than. Central to the development of the American legal system, writes Professor Finkelman in Slavery & the Law, is the institution of slavery.

It informs us not only about early concepts of race and property, but about the nature of American democracy itself. Prominent historians of slavery and legal scholars analyze the intricate relationship between slavery. Thirty years after the death of Dr.

Martin Luther King -- We still have a dream. Solutions to Black Predicaments: Changing the Mindset of People in Mental Slavery.

The implications an the after-effects of slavery, did a lot of damage to both the minds and the economy of colored people even years after slavery. Racism still flourishes in society. Many African Americans are still complaining about what their ancestors went through.

Well, almost every culture on earth has had slavery, it's not like it's just Africans who were enslaved. Jews went through much worse than black people. Slavery still exists TODAY in some parts of the world. So it just seems odd to me that black people would be bitching about.

Pastor Tony Evans of the Urban Alternative ministry just did what liberals and black activists have been begging for: he had an honest conversation on race. Unfortunately, his message is probably not what those on the left want to hear.

Evans said the black community needs to. Underground Airlines was a good concept but I thought the execution was off. It tells of a world in which the civil war never happened and slavery still exists in several southern states.

It should have been a slam dunk but I just never really felt engrossed in the story and I think that might be because the author is white/5. If slavery still exist, then why are black men hiring white lawyers, managers, etc.

What I noticed throughout the years is the most notorious blacks who cry slavery and racism have white people. The belief that blacks and school don’t go together has its roots in slavery’s refusal to let blacks be educated. But it gained strength in the mids, when black separatism rejected traits associated with whites as alien, and black students, in this spirit, began teasing their fellows who strove to excel in school as “acting white.

Answer: It isn’t. Though the white liberal “System” under Lyndon B. Johnson certainly helped devastate the black family by providing welfare programs to single women and discouraging them from having a man in the house, blacks cannot continue to blame “The System” or whites in general 50 years later!

> Does the US still have slavery? Yes. There are slaves in every region of the United States, including the South, North, Midwest and Southwest, Pacific Northwest and West. The most common form of slavery, IMO, is sexual slavery where a woman is. The Roots of Racism Still Exist.

By Eugene Robinson the brutalizing and killing of black people because of the color of their skin. Slavery .