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Jul 11, Ron J rated it it was amazing.

There is also another book in which linked to this one and its called ‘ What mama couldn’t tell us about love by Brenda Richardson and Brenda Wade’ this book I also recommend to read. NPR transcripts are created on a rush deadline by Verb8tm, Inc. Patricia Patricia, I just wanted to say thank you very much for your phone call.

User Review – Flag as inappropriate Unoriginal. We didn’t see ourselves portrayed burrelll a positive and powerful way growing up, and we basically heard that we were not as good as white people. I did want to ask you about one thing in the book. Oct 11, Tanya Jackson rated it it was amazing Shelves: Reading it with our small group from church. Im Neal Conan in Washington.

Negative Images ‘Brainwash’ African Americans

This book asserts that African Americans have been subjected to mental enslavement via brainwashing. Not enough time has past, and not enough people of all races have learned that the rationalizations for whites being so dehumanizing has been as well integrated into our society as is Christianity.

I was doing pretty well in fourth grade, but I saw myself being moved away from my peers who were basically into the-D’s-will-do category, and they basically started to reject me so I had to dumb down in order to fit in. We’re talking about Hitler. So now, I think we’ve come full circle from this, and like I said, Mr.

Oct 21, M. I really appreciate this insight and I am now more conscious of the black inferiority beliefs still affecting many people of all skin colors and nationalities. Maybe I’m just ticked he barely mentions Malcolm Burrelk after building a whole book off his ideas Books by Bhrrell Burrell.


Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. The author displays the parallelisms between the root causes and brainwasher untruths that continue to endure, complete with proposed remedies. So how do these images play out in your life?

It asks some very important questions on each chapter of the book, for example, ‘Why do we keep killing each other? Couldbe a great tool for black folks to learn how to control their image in the medias.

Negative Images ‘Brainwash’ African Americans : NPR

Images and words are very powerful, and they conveyed and carried out this whole idea of African-Americans being less than, not as good as: Regardless of which end of the spectrum you fall within, this book will undoubtedly spark a lot of conversation and possibly self reflection. So it was time to turn off the radio. For instance, one day, we were at unintelligible and we were on our way to the dentist office.

I feel I need to read it again to fully digest the brilliance of this work. Black people are not dark-skinned white people.

Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority by Tom Burrell

I was raised in born in St. And it gets to a point where people become accustomed to where they are. Everyone in America should take note. We’re talking about Nazism and Jews, versus America and blacks.

In essence, just because a black president was elected inwe cannot assume that the black community has moved forward. You know, what you do is you kind of fake it till you make it.

And so what has happened is that you have bought into this whole idea of it not of it being harmless, you know. And I’m thinking this show today is really going to be part of my discussion today at lunch with my girlfriends as we talk about this because this is troubling if indeed it’s true that, you know, these sort of images that are self-destructive to us.


It’s almost like a modern day Pavlov experiment. It is my hope that people who aren’t readers will be the ones to read and absorb the knowledge shared.

Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority

I would read this book again and recommend for anyone no matter what race to read it and help others to understand what’s going on because it is very real. Go ahead, Tom Burrell. The book is quite honest and explores how we look at ourselves as blacks and the reason for certain learned behaviors. It sounds like it’s going to be an interesting time. I do agree that something needs to be done and we each African American had a duty to reverse the curse of inferior thinking in everyday life.

What brainwashing does, and you know, I’m speaking as a person who was in that business for 45 years. But – so you asked the question, well, why is it that we spend everything that we have on things that aren’t going to appreciate for us?

This is recommended reading for all black Americans, especially during the current climate in the United States. Lists with This Book. I would read this book again and recommend for anyone no matter what race to read it and help others to understand what’s going on This book has definitely enlightened me.

Visit our website terms of use and permissions pages at www. Oct 13, Jasmine Holloman rated it it was amazing. I’ve always been about perspective. In fact, they are a lot more. It will take centuries, unfortunately, for the Although a bit repetitive, Burrell provides the kind of language and history that would make this book a good text for our youth, of any race.

What we have to understand is that we aren’t talking about ancient history.