To Save the Blood of Black Babies: The D.C. and New York Dialogues

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Native Sun Publishers, Jan 1, 1995 - African American children - 172 pages
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At a time when much attention is being given to the U.S. Civil War, & at a time also when so-called black-on-black crime is in a rage, Kiarri T-H. Cheatwood, author of the masterwork, SEEDS OF CONSISTENCY, FRUITS OF LIFE & numerous other fine works & editor of THE RACE, shows us, through phenomenal scholarship & uncommon writing artistry, that UNDERSTANDING the Civil War & other white world paradigms is essential to our saving Black children from today's carnage. Rarely does a book that rigorously examines complex & urgent issues do so with such total & delightful readability. Among the issues spotlighted: * The real relationship between the Civil War, President Lincoln, & the Emancipation Proclamation & Afrikan people - then & now * The impact of white sexuality on the slave trade * An extensive & profound examination of the atrocities committed against Afrikans during slavery * A solid, foolishness-free, incontrovertible examination of whether Jews were slavers yesterday & are enemies today of Black people & whether or not Blacks are rightfully labeled "anti-Semitic" * A careful examination of the usefulness of Frantz Fanon's analyses in saving the lives of Black children * Fifteen prerequisite steps necessary for Afrikan people to survive & go forward. Another masterful work.

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