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The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave (vuoden 1999 painos)

– tekijä: Kashif Malik Hassan-El (Tekijä)

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A study of the scientific process of man breaking and slave making. It describes the rationale and the results of Ango-Saxon ideas and methods of insuring the master/slave relationship.
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Teoksen nimi:The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave
Kirjailijat:Kashif Malik Hassan-El (Tekijä)
Info:Lushena Books (1999), Edition: Reprint, 30 pages
Kokoelmat:Full Library, Non-Fiction
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This "instruction manual" is/was generally believed to be written by a slave owner on how to manage and break the spirit of slaves. It is a brutal read. It was said to be from a long lost manuscript when it surfaced in the 1960's. It became an instant classic. While not disputing the brutality described within the pages -- because there is plenty of undisputed historical documentation to support the brutality described in the book -- there is recent speculation it was not written in the Nineteenth century but produced in the 1960's during the Civil Rights Movement. --Mary Doran
  Doranms | Aug 3, 2021 |
Wow! A short read but very profound! Almost 150 years since slavery ended in the United States, yet the "prophecies" from this "method" continue to influence the black culture "for at least 300 hundreds years." ( )
  RoxieT | Nov 9, 2019 |
What I'm about to say may tick a lot of people off but if you haven't read the book, never lived this, or you have and/or its you...it may (or may not) touch a nerve...and do not come onto my personal review with negativity and ignorance...I am a people watcher and I grew up watching roles like what was said...Even at a young age, my mother's teacher said the same thing(by her high school years)....

Let me start off by saying, I have read the rumors of who supposedly wrote this book...But even if it were written within the last 20 years or so, going by history and the reading I have done, it is still pretty accurate about how slaves were treated and how things were done.

Now, on to what I was wanting to say.

A lot of what was said in this letter, still holds true today. Role reversals in the households, mothers raising children as single parents & those particular fathers not in the home doing whatever it is that they do (if this does not apply, no need to reply).

Our community still has that slave mentality built deep down in them. Low self worth, focus more on what shouldn't be focused on (over materialistic etc). We still have issues getting along with each other. Still the light skin/dark skin silliness! Still call each other N*ggas but try to justify it with acronyms and say its a term of endearment when it is Not but get mad when people of other races call you that same word regardless of how it's said (with the "A" or the "ER")...

We have come so far but yet, we are still stuck in the negative and ignorant mentality of "The White Man is holding me down". Or we come up with many other excuses of why we can't and won't do better.

We may be "Physically Free" but our mentality is so beat down that we are still Slaves Mentally...and that is so sad. As smart as the black community is, and as far as we could go, so many of us are still stuck on stupid! Don't get me wrong, this is not a way of putting down black people...I am just being honest and going by what I see on a regular basis!

(Regardless of how you feel about my post,Stop, Think, Stop again, Think again, take a couple days to think some more and then maybe comment):-) ( )
  RamblingBookNerd | Jun 5, 2019 |
What I'm about to say may tick a lot of people off but if you haven't read the book, never lived this, or you have and/or its you...it may (or may not) touch a nerve...and do not come onto my personal review with negativity and ignorance...I am a people watcher and I grew up watching roles like what was said...Even at a young age, my mother's teacher said the same thing(by her high school years)....

Let me start off by saying, I have read the rumors of who supposedly wrote this book...But even if it were written within the last 20 years or so, going by history and the reading I have done, it is still pretty accurate about how slaves were treated and how things were done.

Now, on to what I was wanting to say.

A lot of what was said in this letter, still holds true today. Role reversals in the households, mothers raising children as single parents & those particular fathers not in the home doing whatever it is that they do (if this does not apply, no need to reply).

Our community still has that slave mentality built deep down in them. Low self worth, focus more on what shouldn't be focused on (over materialistic etc). We still have issues getting along with each other. Still the light skin/dark skin silliness! Still call each other N*ggas but try to justify it with acronyms and say its a term of endearment when it is Not but get mad when people of other races call you that same word regardless of how it's said (with the "A" or the "ER")...

We have come so far but yet, we are still stuck in the negative and ignorant mentality of "The White Man is holding me down". Or we come up with many other excuses of why we can't and won't do better.

We may be "Physically Free" but our mentality is so beat down that we are still Slaves Mentally...and that is so sad. As smart as the black community is, and as far as we could go, so many of us are still stuck on stupid! Don't get me wrong, this is not a way of putting down black people...I am just being honest and going by what I see on a regular basis!

(Regardless of how you feel about my post,Stop, Think, Stop again, Think again, take a couple days to think some more and then maybe comment):-) ( )
  MsBridgetReads | Jul 8, 2014 |
What I'm about to say may tick a lot of people off but if you haven't read the book, never lived this, or you have and/or its you...it may (or may not) touch a nerve...and do not come onto my personal review with negativity and ignorance...I am a people watcher and I grew up watching roles like what was said...Even at a young age, my mother's teacher said the same thing(by her high school years)....

Let me start off by saying, I have read the rumors of who supposedly wrote this book...But even if it were written within the last 20 years or so, going by history and the reading I have done, it is still pretty accurate about how slaves were treated and how things were done.

Now, on to what I was wanting to say.

A lot of what was said in this letter, still holds true today. Role reversals in the households, mothers raising children as single parents & those particular fathers not in the home doing whatever it is that they do (if this does not apply, no need to reply).

Our community still has that slave mentality built deep down in them. Low self worth, focus more on what shouldn't be focused on (over materialistic etc). We still have issues getting along with each other. Still the light skin/dark skin silliness! Still call each other N*ggas but try to justify it with acronyms and say its a term of endearment when it is Not but get mad when people of other races call you that same word regardless of how it's said (with the "A" or the "ER")...

We have come so far but yet, we are still stuck in the negative and ignorant mentality of "The White Man is holding me down". Or we come up with many other excuses of why we can't and won't do better.

We may be "Physically Free" but our mentality is so beat down that we are still Slaves Mentally...and that is so sad. As smart as the black community is, and as far as we could go, so many of us are still stuck on stupid! Don't get me wrong, this is not a way of putting down black people...I am just being honest and going by what I see on a regular basis!

(Regardless of how you feel about my post,Stop, Think, Stop again, Think again, take a couple days to think some more and then maybe comment):-) ( )
  OBridget1 | May 4, 2014 |
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