Racism And Economics

This episode explores the connection between racism and economics and is part of a series of episodes that aims to provide understanding about the global racist system which continues to plague Black people.

Racism is white supremacy. You must understand this before continuing on with any of my content on this site. Racism is practiced in thought, speech, and action. If a person can’t think it, speak it, and act upon it, then they are not racist because they can’t effectively practice it. The only people that effectively practice racism are white people.

To better understand racism, I recommend viewing it through “human activity.” Neely Fuller Jr. is the originator of this brilliant idea and I have expounded upon it. There are 11 areas of human activity: economics, education, entertainment, health, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, technology, and war.

I explain how racism can be understood through economics on this episode. It’s no secret that there is a huge wealth discrepancy between Blacks and Whites. What is the origin of this discrepancy? Find out by listening below. And please spread the word about this podcast and blog to anyone you know that maybe interested! Thanks.

A good companion piece to this episode can be read here. In it I give some ideas on how we can engage in the political system more effectively.

The Barbershop Podcast

Racism Is White Supremacy Series

Music: 1. TRU, No Limit Soldiers; 2. Phillip Glass, Reting’s Eye; 3. MDC, John Wayne Was A Nazi; 4. Gucci Mane, Wake Up In The Sky; 5. Culture Club, Do You Really Want To Hurt Me

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