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Anger in Black Americans



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Anger in Black Americans by Joseph A Bailey
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Beginning in slavery, the worst anguish of Black Americans individually and collectively has been spiritual pain-a European induced interference in the flow of love into, inside, around, and outside Afrocentric people. It is more profound and of greater magnitude than rage and all other forms of acquired anger combined. Chronic anger arose in African American slaves from the impact of slavery shattering their African Tradition world view--God, Ma'at, and nonaggression as their blueprint. From the rubble the slaves reconstructed and culturally transmitted a dilapidated world view which interferes with today's struggling Blacks from being able to figure out how to rise above surviving.
Release date Australia
November 1st, 2006
Country of Publication
United States
WingSpan Press
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