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The Origin of Racism in America: Searing New Book Exposes Nation's Shameful Racial Imbalances; Proving that the Past HASN'T Been Buried. Meticulously researched and masterfully crafted by Rony Joseph, 'The Origin of Racism in America (and how it still affects us today)' unravels how skin tone compels millions to develop a fierce thirst for power and supremacy; a force stil The Origin of Racism in America: Searing New Book Exposes Nation's Shameful Racial Imbalances; Proving that the Past HASN'T Been Buried. Meticulously researched and masterfully crafted by Rony Joseph, 'The Origin of Racism in America (and how it still affects us today)' unravels how skin tone compels millions to develop a fierce thirst for power and supremacy; a force still sweeping the nation that most brush under the rug. Joseph exposes it all, while providing a vital education to the black community about their natural rights and civil liberties. For Immediate Release Philadelphia, PA - While the United States presents an image to the world of a united nation where everyone is as free as their neighbor, those on the ground can attest to discord and racial tensions that are as dominant as they were sixty years ago. In his compelling new book, Rony Joseph unravels modern day racism in an exposé' many in power would love to prevent from publication. It's all wrapped up into 'The Origin of Racism in America (and how it still affects us today)'. Synopsis: As a society, have we pondered enough the eventual influences which would drive an individual's thirst for power? It is clear that we have - to a certain extent. It has come to the point that we have learned to define power through quantifiable means. Our society has become entirely about what we can get, how much, and how quickly. The reality remains that many people are ultimately driven by the forces of power. Power can be measured in the form of money, an individual's numbers, or even material possessions. These aforementioned factors commonly determine supremacy. A prime example is that in America, there seems to be an unwritten rule of a group believing in the entitlements to ultimate power based on their skin tone.


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The Origin of Racism in America: Searing New Book Exposes Nation's Shameful Racial Imbalances; Proving that the Past HASN'T Been Buried. Meticulously researched and masterfully crafted by Rony Joseph, 'The Origin of Racism in America (and how it still affects us today)' unravels how skin tone compels millions to develop a fierce thirst for power and supremacy; a force stil The Origin of Racism in America: Searing New Book Exposes Nation's Shameful Racial Imbalances; Proving that the Past HASN'T Been Buried. Meticulously researched and masterfully crafted by Rony Joseph, 'The Origin of Racism in America (and how it still affects us today)' unravels how skin tone compels millions to develop a fierce thirst for power and supremacy; a force still sweeping the nation that most brush under the rug. Joseph exposes it all, while providing a vital education to the black community about their natural rights and civil liberties. For Immediate Release Philadelphia, PA - While the United States presents an image to the world of a united nation where everyone is as free as their neighbor, those on the ground can attest to discord and racial tensions that are as dominant as they were sixty years ago. In his compelling new book, Rony Joseph unravels modern day racism in an exposé' many in power would love to prevent from publication. It's all wrapped up into 'The Origin of Racism in America (and how it still affects us today)'. Synopsis: As a society, have we pondered enough the eventual influences which would drive an individual's thirst for power? It is clear that we have - to a certain extent. It has come to the point that we have learned to define power through quantifiable means. Our society has become entirely about what we can get, how much, and how quickly. The reality remains that many people are ultimately driven by the forces of power. Power can be measured in the form of money, an individual's numbers, or even material possessions. These aforementioned factors commonly determine supremacy. A prime example is that in America, there seems to be an unwritten rule of a group believing in the entitlements to ultimate power based on their skin tone.

25 review for The Origin of Racism in America: (And how it still affects Us today)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    The description sounded interesting. It was made out to trace the roots of racism in America, what attempts have been made to try to live up to the "And Liberty and Justice for All," and how, as a nation, we've fallen woefully short--and the how and why behind of it. I couldn't get past the introduction. I didn't even finish the introduction, honestly. It was clear immediately that the author is beyond angry about not just the past, but what is going on today. He touches on some actual facts, b The description sounded interesting. It was made out to trace the roots of racism in America, what attempts have been made to try to live up to the "And Liberty and Justice for All," and how, as a nation, we've fallen woefully short--and the how and why behind of it. I couldn't get past the introduction. I didn't even finish the introduction, honestly. It was clear immediately that the author is beyond angry about not just the past, but what is going on today. He touches on some actual facts, but came across as the type of person whom believes that the whole of the black population lives, speaks, and acts the way they do because of the white man. That is, unless you're one of the lucky few. Then he got into three high profile police cases. The basic facts were wrong, having been replaced with his own opinions. Opinions that led to violence and destruction when the incidents first occurred.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sally Hallman

    Rony Joseph has some good ideas for the future I read this book expecting some deep history degrading American slavery, the civil war and the author's take on the last 150 years of racism. I was not happy within that context but I was energized by ideas put forth. I love the idea of rallying the citizenry into a real heartfelt Reconciliation Day. I had never heard this concept and think the idea has real merit. I think RJ's take on the Trayvon Martin case was thoughtful and measured. The author p Rony Joseph has some good ideas for the future I read this book expecting some deep history degrading American slavery, the civil war and the author's take on the last 150 years of racism. I was not happy within that context but I was energized by ideas put forth. I love the idea of rallying the citizenry into a real heartfelt Reconciliation Day. I had never heard this concept and think the idea has real merit. I think RJ's take on the Trayvon Martin case was thoughtful and measured. The author puts forth the idea the reality could change if we all moved past what has happened in the past and instead worked on molding fairness into our future. The end result is uplifting and hopeful. This author needs to go on a speaking tour, and soon!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    DeJuan Robinson

    Very Thought Provoking This book offers a fresh perspective on how to use an intelligent strategy to combat the evil and wicked system of racism.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mimi Charis

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    Ronald G McNeil

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    Rony Joseph

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    Bonnie Conley

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    Lucy Evans

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