Black History: UnMaking of a Slave Vol. 1 Series 1
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- Detail the deception supporting the oppression of Blacks in America.
- Outline the Ignorance Supporting Methods constructed to maintain the deception and oppression of Blacks in America.
- Articulate your individual difference as an indicator of your value and opportunity.
- Identify the focus of rebuilding, re-education, and refocus as systematic and intentional.
- Construct a historical narrative of institutional oppression and examples of economic gain realized through the oppression of Blacks.
- Explain the fallacy or willful ignorance that maintains injustice, oppression, and dehumanizing discrimination.
- The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave are used as the text for this content.
Volume 1 is an introduction to the ongoing legacy of slavery. As an institution, the practice is abhorrent. And, as a means of psychological bondage it persists as an evil. The text used for this volume is The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave—a letter written with the intention to provide the blueprint for the breaking of human will. It likened the treatment, breeding, and taming of Black men, women, and children to that of breaking wild horses. Beyond the horror experienced at the realization of how cruel one human can be to another, is the revelation of the human behavior truths presented in the text. Meant as a blueprint for the denigration of a people, the truths may be updated in the context of more recent science, reviewed in the context of the plight of Black Americans, and used to construct a way forward.
The lessons are presented in a podcast style with minimal visuals. Volume 1 is presented in two separate training series. Series 1 is presented in this training. Series 1 housing Lessons 1,2, and 3 offers the foundation knowledge.
Lesson 1 identifies the Willie Lynch plan.
Lesson 2 presents the counterpoint to the Willie Lynch doctrine.
Lesson 3 presents a reasoned and informed call to action to move beyond prejudice, racism, and racial discrimination.
- Black males who want to move beyond historical boundaries and intentional barriers.
- Parents who want to present a historical narrative and a contemporary opportunity to their children.
- Students of American History who want to understand the challenge of being black in America.
- Homeschoolers looking for a Black History course with economic and entrepreneurial content.
Volume 1 is an introduction to the ongoing legacy of slavery. As an institution, the practice is abhorrent. As a means of psychological bondage, it persists as an evil. The text used for this volume is The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave. Each of the following volumes explore the challenge within the institutions of Education, Business/Finance, and Employment. They are the foundational institutions that bear policies and assumptions that are oppressive. Each volume has an assigned text to read in cooperation with the training.
Institutionalization makes it harder to change the oppression but knowing about it makes you aware and able to compare the status quo to a just alternative.
Recognize and seize opportunities to rise generationally and reclaim the benefits of prosperity through the creation of wealth. Your life can’t devolve into an argument about the cruelty of Whites. You have to opportunity to create wealth regardless of what history or people or governments denied you.
Those that buy into the zero-sum game are those who see their livelihoods as somehow granted to them by others. They live in fear that at any moment, that livelihood could be stripped away from them. They necessarily create boogeymen and indicators to alert them of impending loss. It does you no good to argue with their line of thinking.
Magic refers to the source of fear itself. You are endowed with special ability that some see as threatening their health and well-being. It is used both positively and negatively, but the core of the belief is a fear of your power no matter where you apply yourself in society. You may as well develop your abilities. You will be hated regardless.