The C.O.W.S. BLACK AND WHITE: THE WAY I SEE IT Part IV

Friday, October 3rd 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy hosts the fourth study session on Richard Williams’ 2014 publication, Black & White: The Way I See It. Mr. Williams is the parent of two of the greatest tennis players in history, Serena and Venus Williams. Mr. Williams is not the most beloved or revered coach on the tennis circuit. He’s regularly lambasted  – even accused of “rigging” matches between his two child prodigies. Mr. Williams’ autobiography details the superbly constructive influence of his black mother – Ms. Julia Metcalf Williams – as well as his childhood in the south. Last week’s installment witnessed Mr. Williams’ Louisiana exodus. He joined his uncle in Chicago seeking the warmth of other suns. Unfortunately, he quickly discovered that his mother was correct when she warned him that Racism is inescapable, that irrespective of geography, he would still be a nigger. With this painful realization, Mr. Williams began to war with the Chicago Police. After repeated near-fatal brawls with them and other Whites, he decided relocation might be the best option. We’ll keep an eye out for the influence of Christianity/White Jesus as well as the influence of the “Civil Rights Movement” on Mr. Williams’ thinking. This text continues to offer a wonderful illustration of #BlackSelfRespect

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