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Friday, July 12th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy begins our 5th study session on Dale Carnegie’s How To Win Friends And Influence People (1936). This text has sold more than 15 million copies world wide and continues to be touted as one of the most effective codes/manuals for improving relationships with other people. Carnegie, a Racist Suspect, offers a wealth of suggestions on how to get more things done, keep your human contact smooth and pleasant, and use words in a way that people will easily receive – perhaps even agree with – your perspective. As #ANTIBLACKNESS rises, conflict will be lurking around corners, waiting to steal time and disrupt non-white relationships. This chapter offers a number of tips on ways to avoid arguments. Carnegie implores us to remain courteous and respectful of everyone – even our opponents. And ESPECIALLY courteous to Victims of Racism. This week’s section emphasizes the importance of seeing things from other people’s perspective – this can be especially helpful with less informed Victims of Racism. RESIST THE URGE TO CRITICIZE.
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