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Why Black Americans Behave As They Do: The Conditioning Process From Generation to Gernation

by:
Jay Thomas Willis (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-3682-5 ©2006
Price: $13.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 212 pages
Category/Subject: SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / African-American Studies

Deeply engaging, intellectually passionate, and thought provoking; it sets the record straight; and explains why blacks must become aware of how we've been conditioned, and begin to negate this process.

Abstract:
This book describes the conditioning process of Black Americans, and attempts to further explain why we behave as we do. The pre-slavery, Middle Passage, post-slavery, and present-day process of conditioning is elaborated upon. It explains why Black America is confused, chaotic, and disorganized; why we lack love, loyalty, unity, or the ability to consolidate resources. We also have much self-hate as well as self- and other-destructive behaviors. Few Blacks or anyone else wants to talk about how we got this way. This book elaborates on the problems, the process, and offers some solutions to negate past and future conditioning.

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