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America is Racist: The Legacy of Exclusion

24 gen 2024 · 42 min. 4 sec.
America is Racist: The Legacy of Exclusion
Capitoli

01 · Nikki Haley's racist denial

1 sec.

02 · Nikki Trippin’

2 min. 51 sec.

03 · America's racial past: Haley's delusion

5 min. 2 sec.

04 · Nikki’s Immigrant Family Story

6 min. 47 sec.

05 · GOP Doesn’t Want Dark People

11 min. 8 sec.

06 · South Carolina Confederate Flag

13 min. 36 sec.

07 · DeSantis: Erasing black voices

15 min. 44 sec.

08 · Is America Racist?

18 min.

09 · Presidents' racist remarks

20 min. 37 sec.

10 · George Wallace Segregation Speech

22 min. 12 sec.

11 · President Eisenhower

26 min. 3 sec.

12 · Andrew Jackson

27 min. 11 sec.

13 · The Great Racist Emancipator

27 min. 53 sec.

14 · The right to bear arm not with blackness

30 min. 21 sec.

15 · Systemic racism: Crippling black people

33 min. 30 sec.

16 · Black Codes

35 min. 14 sec.

17 · Military Segregation

35 min. 55 sec.

18 · War on Drugs Policies

36 min. 10 sec.

19 · School Segregation

36 min. 30 sec.

20 · Redlining

37 min. 30 sec.

21 · Cut The Shit America is Racist

38 min. 11 sec.

22 · The GOP Don’t Want Black People

39 min. 45 sec.

23 · Let Racist Be Racist Just Not In Government

40 min. 25 sec.

24 · Closing Remarks

41 min. 35 sec.

Descrizione

Is Nikki Haley delusional? Did she really say America has never been racist? Well, in this thought-provoking episode of "The Political Education For Freedom" podcast entitled "America in Racist: Unmasking...

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Is Nikki Haley delusional? Did she really say America has never been racist? Well, in this thought-provoking episode of "The Political Education For Freedom" podcast entitled "America in Racist: Unmasking the Legacy of Exclusion," host Nitra takes listeners deep within the often unspoken chapters of American history. The episode is part of a journey into the past as it reveals the origins and consequences of the systemic racism buried deep in policies and practices within the nation.

From the Militia Act of 1792, whose provisions explicitly exempted anyone but “free able-bodied white male citizens” from military service, to the segregationist policies of the 20th century, Nitra shows how racial exclusion and discrimination have been sewn into the very fabric of American society. The episode puts a lot of historical context behind these policies, showing how easily they were not oversights, but actually things set up that way to move the country forward.


The episode also grapples with the thorny legacy of American presidents and elected officials ranging from Thomas Jefferson to Woodrow Wilson, whose policies and statements were reflective of their times' racial prejudices. Nitra never flinches from hard truths as even how some reputed leaders contributed towards the perpetuation of race inequality is explored.

"America in Racist" is more than the expository piece of history but an exploration into the emotional and human awakenings brought about by racism in America. It's a call towards acknowledgment of, and understanding of that painful part of the nation's history, learn from it, and with these knowledge at heart forge a way toward a more inclusive and equitable future.

Come along with Nitra in this enlightening episode as she peels back the layers of America's racist past and invites us all to reflect, feel empathy, and join the ongoing conversation about race, history, and justice.
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Autore Nitra B.
Organizzazione Nitra Banks
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