Examining true racism, “How White folks got so rich”.

Jobseekers stand in line to attend the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. career fair held by the New York State department of Labor in New York April 12, 2012. A report on Friday showed the economy created only 120,000 jobs last month, the fewest since October. The unemployment rate fell to a three-year low of 8.2 percent, but largely as people gave up the search for work. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) - RTR30NJI

Racism and White Supremacy has always been understood on a quite simple level.  How many of us have examined the industrial complex that is white supremacy? We think racism is just calling someone the “N” word or simply just hating someone because of their skin color, but true racism is exercised when one has the power and resources to oppress a people. By subjugating them to low-income housing, poor education, and blocking the avenues that could help them do for themselves.
The Nation of Islam’s research team has done extensive research on the infrastructure of white supremacy here in America. Their wealth and foundation is reported as follows, “The foundation of American white supremacy sit tenuously on a rickety base of myth, lies, and deceptions. A century and a half after the end of legal slavery, white families average $113,000 in wealth; but for Black families, its just $5’600. More than a quarter of Black families have no assets at all. The wealth gap between whites and Blacks has quadrupled since 1984 and is now wider than it has ever been. Even high income Blacks have assets of only $18,000, while middle-income whites gave $74,000.”
The evidence of our disproportionate wealth gap has been clear for some time now, and the anguish of Black Under the boot of White Supremacy is still alive and well today. This is just a tiny piece of great research into White Supremacy since it has stretched to every aspect of black life. Read more of this great research on Amazon prime, it is entitled “How White Folks got so Rich”.
NNV Writer Hasan Ali


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