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Daddy, Is James a Nigger?: Is Racism Nature or Nuture?
     

Daddy, Is James a Nigger?: Is Racism Nature or Nuture?

by Carol R. Ellis
 

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Racism is as out of place in 2008 as this old wagon would be on an interstate highway, and as ineffective as this old smokehouse would be as a refrigerator. We can no longer afford the attitudes which contribute to negative social and economic injustice, any more than we can afford to return to the old and outdated methods of the last century to achieve economic

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Racism is as out of place in 2008 as this old wagon would be on an interstate highway, and as ineffective as this old smokehouse would be as a refrigerator. We can no longer afford the attitudes which contribute to negative social and economic injustice, any more than we can afford to return to the old and outdated methods of the last century to achieve economic growth through equal participation in “The Great Ecotechnocracy”. For our American culture to survive we must shed the antiquated notion that because an individual is not like every other individual, they are somehow inferior, or less worthy, of full participation economically, morally, and socially. We must recognize, nurture, and utilize all talent regardless of ethnic origin. This is truly the new frontier.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469116679
Publisher:
Xlibris US
Publication date:
09/30/2008
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
98
File size:
1 MB

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