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Friday, May 17th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the fifth study session on Ayi Kwei Armah’s iconic novel Two Thousand Seasons (1973). This text was one of Gus’ top five books – it’s probably one of Dr. Marimba Ani favorites also. Last week’s installment followed the continued descent of black people who have accepted White Supremacist’s values and White Supremacist’s world view. King Koranche proudly parceled off his offspring to be educated by whites for servitude. A scant number of black people attempted a counter-violence offensive. They were crushed. Others attempted to flee the region, and escape the impending White doom and the threat of other black people who served the White destroyers. As this week’s session begins, we’ll pay particular attention to the theme of loneliness and isolation. This seems to be an issue that many 2014 Victims of Racism encounter – being spiritually disconnected and/or detached from nurturing human relationships.
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