The C.O.W.S. Black Love Is A Revolutionary Act Part 9 (Conclusion) #BlackMisandry

Friday, October 26th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy hosts our 9th and final study session on Pamela Evans Harris’s second book, BLACK LOVE IS A REVOLUTIONARY ACT. Before her unfortunate passing in February of this year, Pam managed the website and wrote numerous books and reports that directly address the System of White Supremacy and offer suggestions on how to counter racism. Pam was one of The C.O.W.S.’s listeners most beloved guests and made dozens of visits to the broadcast for almost a decade. Deeply saddened by her transition, we’re studying her work to honor her life and to learn constructive information to permanently eradicate White Terrorism. Pam disclosed that the primary motivator for this book was to help minimize the enormous animosity between black females and black males. Sadly, that ambition is flagrantly contradicted in Black Love Is A Revolutionary Act. The text routinely attacks black males, references black males as “niggers” – in a book that discourages name calling, and incorrectly quotes Neely Fuller Jr. The inaccuracies, sloppiness with references and evidence, and the concentrated black misandry make this the worst book Gus has ever read.



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