From Clone To Crypt
Explains racial discrimination from its core existence.
By Norris Shelton
Expanding the mindset of America …How would America look without her slaves?
From Clone to Crypt is written in an effort to help black leaders understand racial discrimination and know how to recognize cultural bias on sight. Racial discrimination has disguised itself in the twenty-first-century. It is necessary that black leaders become mentally alert, so we can recognize racial discrimination automatically. Just as none of us look like we did in the 50’s and 60’s, racial discrimination doesn’t look like it used to look in the 50’s and 60’s either. Racial discrimination is hampering American slaves even more today than it did in the 50’s and 60’s.
Discrimination has grown up, matured and has gotten smarter. Today, racial discrimination is presented with a broad smile disguised as fair-play. It is implemented first, by devaluating American slaves’ mentality, second by limiting our ability to perform, third by putting black men in prison so they can’t lead black women, and fourth, (as a pacifier for this miscarriage of justice) black women are awarded welfare checks — but only if there are no adult males in the household. Racial discrimination’s smile is just a conniving snarl turned upside-down to make descendants of American slaves’ mistake discrimination for fair play.
First printing, January 2018
Library of Congress Control Number: 2017964698
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