Do Black Lives Matter? Impact of Systemic Racism on Black History

Posted on: February 1, 2021
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This evening at 6 on Bringing Light Into Darkness:

The show focus is on the impact of systemic racism on Black History and the State of Black America relative to White America. Three different periods of US history, ‘slavery’, ‘Jim Crow’ and ‘Modern Day Discrimination’ utilizing different means and methods to subject African Americans to second class status are presented as systemic racism. Examples are documented and described and presented as a 2021 State of Black America snapshot.
We examine the shocking findings of the January 25, 2021 Oxfam Report entitled The Inequality Virus. The COVID-19 Virus and its economic impact on billionaires compared to the majority interests of US citizens as well as the world’s majority clearly reveals the nature a failed economic system or what MLK referred to as the ‘edifice that needs restructuring’. We believe this is what he meant when he described the economic system focus need for a ‘radical change in values’ ‘from a ‘thing oriented’ focus to a people oriented’ one.Please join us as we kick off Black History Month by critically applying MLK’s work to modern day USA and systemic racism

You cannot celebrate the true calling and legacy of MLK, we believe without staying focused on his greatest concerns…. Enjoy!
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