Read This Book To Counter The Hopeless Lies Of ‘1619 Project’ Racial Determinists

Read This Book To Counter The Hopeless Lies Of ‘1619 Project’ Racial Determinists


In an op-ed for The Washington Post last month entitled “For African Americans tired of U.S. hostility, Ghana is still calling,” columnist Karen Attiah discusses the trend of African Americans moving to Africa, or what she calls “black asylum from white supremacy.” Attiah, of Nigerian and Ghanian descent, declares that “leaving is the most powerful form of resistance,” and cites prominent African Americans who move to Africa to “feel mentally and spiritually free from White America’s psychic violence.” Because, you know, Africa doesn’t suffer from much violence.

I suppose one shouldn’t be surprised to read such nonsense from a writer who two years ago blamed the “lies & tears of white women” for violence against black Americans and claimed white women were “lucky” blacks were

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