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Not Dark White: The 4-1-1 on Black Nationalism

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231 pages3 hours

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“We are Black People, We are not dark skinned white people. We need a nation of Our own.” With that declaration the stage is set and the sides are made clear as NOT DARK WHITE: THE 4-1-1 ON BLACK NATIONALISM lays out the historical and ideological basis for the establishment of an independent Black government on land that is presently part of the United States of America. NOT DARK WHITE: THE 4-1-1 ON BLACK NATIONALISM is for serious readers and doers who want to actually eliminate the curses of systematic inequality, racism and discrimination that ruin the lives of millions of persons. NOT DARK WHITE is not for those who jump on the bandwagon once it has gained momentum, nor for those who are controlled by fear. It is for those who have enough courage to go beyond the regularly discussed boundaries and imagine other possibilities, other solutions. NOT DARK WHITE not only provides the historical roots and existence of Black self-government in the United States, it relies on existing laws to legitimize Black nationalist claims. NOT DARK WHITE: THE 4-1-1 ON BLACK NATIONALISM ignores the solutions that are disproportionately good for the perpetrators of inequality and racism and focuses on solutions that are good for those who are its victims. For those who are in search of a quick read or easy way out, NOT DARK WHITE: THE 4-1-1 ON BLACK NATIONALISM is not the book to read. But all others, particularly African-Americans who re freedom fighters, NOT DARK WHITE: THE 4-1-1 ON BLACK NATIONALISM is the book to be familiar with.

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