Thursday, November 12th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the 10th study session on Isabel Wilkerson’s 2020 offering, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents. Wilkerson can stuff a storage area and a luggage set with the numerous (and well-earned) prizes she’s garnered – often for writing about the mistreatment of black people. The Warmth of Other Suns is beloved by President Barack Obama and Gus T. Renegade alike. However, Caste is a shameful, pathetic offering and is cemented as the 2nd worst book Gus has read. The word “caste” is in the text more than 1,000 times according to word count – this does not include the title of the text. It frequently seems like one of the primary objectives of this text is to get black people to use the word “caste” as oppose to Racism/White Supremacy. During last week’s section of the text, Wilkerson continued her pattern of not naming black male victims of Racism. Earlier in the text, she references Thabo Sefolosha’s police beating without naming the NBA star. More recently, she described the 2018 police killing of Botham Jean in Texas. He too went unnamed. This is in contrast to the earlier name dropping of Heather Hayer – a White Woman killed in Charlottesville. Additionally, Wilkerson posits that White Women are also victims of “discrimination,” but she offers no data to explain who is abusing White Women or how their situation compares to the caste oppression inflicted on black people. Wilkerson adds more personal anecdotes on ways she has been a victim of caste. She details how a dominant caste male molested her while on board a flight. She makes precise mention of how the lead black male flight attendant was worthless in helping her. This is chapters after she explained that black males are not allowed to protect their wives or offspring in the caste system.
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