The C.O.W.S. Fred Jerome's and Rodger Taylor's Einstein on Race and Racism Part 4


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The Context of White Supremacy hosts the fourth study session on Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor's Einstein on Race and Racism. Jerome may be classified as White, while Taylor is a black male. Dr. Frances Cress Welsing recommended a number of books over the years #ReadingIsMoreImportantThanWatchingTelevision She placed special emphasis on this text. Dr. Welsing frequently mentioned Einstein's failure to focus his all of his mental faculties on the primary problem on the planet, White Supremacy. This text, published in 2005 collects an array of Einstein's writings on the Racism he observed here in the U.S. Having migrated to North America from Hitler's Nazi Germany, Einstein contrasted the System of Racial Terror here to what was happening across the pond in Europe. Last week's segment explored Einstein's response to the lynchings of black people throughout the U.S. as well as the failure of White lawmakers to pass and enforce anti-lynching legislation. They specifically mentioned the 1946 Moore's Ford Bridge Lynching, where a White Georgia mob killed 4 black people - including a WWII veteran. The book also examined how a number of black journalists and Einstein contemporaries began to view the World War 2 as a campaign of White Supremacy. The only people to be attacked with nuclear weapons are not White. #RacismIsADiseaseOfWhitePeople INVEST in The COWS – Cash App:$TheCOWS CALL IN NUMBER: 605.313.5164 CODE 564943#

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