Thursday, June 13th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy hosts our 15th study session on James Loewen’s 2005 publication, Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism. Loewen, a Suspected Race Soldier, has authored many bestsellers and critically acclaimed history books that use the word “Racism.” In addition to Sundown Towns, Loewen’s Lies My Teachers Told Me, also explores how Whites intentionally stash their history of terrorizing black people. Mr. Loewen might be aware that we’re reading his book with suspicion. Last week’s installment described how Whites deliberately place trash disposal facilities, landfills, sewage treatment plants and other “disamenities” in area with black people. This further stigmatizes black people as unworthy and residential areas with them as less desirable places to live. Loewen used a number of metaphors containing water to describe black people moving into a neighborhood. He repeatedly equated an increase in black residents with a flood or a break in the dam. Floods and levee failures are dangerous and can kill people. Black residents are not known for killing or endangering people after moving into White neighborhoods.
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