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by Eric K. Grimes and Butch Slaughter

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Author:
Eric K. Grimes and Butch Slaughter
ISBN13:
978-0977701391
ISBN:
0977701395
Language:
Publisher:
Grimes and Slaughter, LLC (August 1, 2006)
Subcategory:
Social Sciences
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1452 kb
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1487 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
934

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Start by marking Why Our Children Hate Us: How Black Adults Betray Black Children as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Our parents told us repeatedly that they wish to create a world that we would not have to work nearly as hard as they did. The problem, it seems, is that while we have reaped the benefits of that care, we have not retained the teaching of a strong work ethic and instead created a system of dependency. Dependence upon help outs, hand outs and freebies. I recommend this book for any youth minister, parent or adult who might interact with a child, particularly black child and especially a black bo. .

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Why our children hate us explores the systemic means and methods Black adults unwittingly and sometimes intentionally employ to the detriment of their own children. 3 people are interested in this title. Why our children hate us explores the systemic means and methods Black adults unwittingly and sometimes intentionally employ to the detriment of their own children. Through a collection of vignettes, interviews and reflections, Why our children hate us examines the impact of the Civil Rights-era, embedded racism, media and religion on the future chances of Black children.

Why our children hate us: How Black adults betray Black children. Ulysses "Butch" Slaughter is a powerful thought leader in the global discussions of forgiving and reconciliation. At age 12, Ulysses listened as his mother, Clarice, was shot to death by his father, Ulysses Sr. in their South Side Chicago home.

We must move ourselves forward and take responsibility This book describes Unlike any book in recent years, Why our children hate us explores the systemic means and methods Black adults unwittingly and sometimes intentionally employ to the detriment of their own children.

Eric Keith Grimes speaks on the failing Public Education system .

Eric Keith Grimes speaks on the failing Public Education system, rebuilding Black communities, and the importance of Black people Educating their own children in their likeness. Devamını Gör. The Shomari Show, Eric Keith Grimes'in gönderisini paylaştı. 29 Nisan, 10:37 ·. Eric Keith Grimes. 29 Nisan, 09:42 ·. If we value ourselves, it's time we expect this from our leaders. Tümünü Gör. Gönderiler.

But mostly we find the adult doesn't accept the child they were themselves when young and that is projected easily onto children no.

But mostly we find the adult doesn't accept the child they were themselves when young and that is projected easily onto children now. Their early life had grief in it and it’s not a time cherished. Seeing children reminds them of that vulnerability and criticism. They were weak and susceptible to abuse. Many just never felt accepted. We are learning so much at the time in our growing years things can be very influential to us. Our brain is growing gathering knowledge and information and your brain stores all of that, its developing.

Why our children hate us explores the systemic means and methods Black adults unwittingly and sometimes intentionally employ to the detriment of their own children. Through a collection of vignettes, interviews and reflections, Why our children hate us examines the impact of the Civil Rights-era, embedded racism, media and religion on the future chances of Black children. Why our children hate us includes various brief, yet intense passages focused on incarceration of Black youth, religious neglect of Black youth and the educational marginalization of Black youth. The selection of succinct, sardonic reflections is masterfully rounded out by two engaging interviews including one with Civil Rights veteran activist Colia Clark.
  • Oh how I searched for this book-thank thank you thank you. Im doing all I can to change the landscape for our young people, one child, one-day at a time

  • for anyone interested in working with "our children". It is brutally honest. The authors have totally & accurately "snapped shot" a frightening picture of why our children don't trust us (to say the least). It provides many jumping off points for community-based restorative programs. The system, under the goverance of GWS, does not have our or our children's best interest at heart. We are going to have take matters into our own hands and begin (and do) the important work of restoration. And we MUST act quickly. Kudos to the authors for an eye openning--job well done.

  • Eric K. Grimes and Butch Slaughter have captured a picture of America that gives you chills. The title of the book is frightening and the book unfolds like a nightmare. The blame for this self-destruction has been laid at the door of the African American community. The victims of "white supremacy" must fight back or perish. The weeds of genocide have been planted and they are thriving. The casual promotion of cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, and sex to our children must end now! The perverted, disgraceful, sexual exploitation of black women must end now! The ignoring of a pandemic disease must end now! The book compares the Desocialization and Deculturation of Black children to sacrificing them to a heathen god know as Moloch. This book should be read by all African people.

    Mary Morris - Author of, "Young Lions: Challenged to Live Free"

  • I can relate to everything single word this book is saying it takes you back and hold adults accountable for their actions and well as describing the behavior of our children. It is truly a must read.

  • This book is a brutally honest indictment of Black adults for their betrayal of Black children. While acknowledging the core of the current intergenerational conflict and betrayal as white supremacy, the authors focus on Black adults because, as the agents and foot soldiers of white supremacy, they offer no hope, protection or strategies to help Black children conquer their oppressors. This book is a must read for any adult committed to protecting, honoring and educating Black children and ending white supremacy.