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The Skin Color Syndrome Among African-Americans

Sr. William a. James

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ISBN 10: 0595659659 / ISBN 13: 9780595659654
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392 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 6.3in. x 1.2in.William A. James, Sr. , has created a cogent book of essays that deals with a perplexing problem found among African-Americans. James calls it The Skin Color Syndrome. His book is divided into four sections, consisting of seven chapters. Within those chapters he depicts five principles that define blacks intra racial hatred, a hatred based upon Pigmentation Discrimination, as the first principle of the Skin Color Syndrome. James then discusses Passing, and Where Blacks Are And Where They Need To Go. He talks about Where Blacks are headed, and then he gives A Conclusion Of The Matter, and The Problems We (African-Americans) Must Fix. Lastly, James offers Kwanzaa 365 Days Per Year, as a restorative solution to the ravages of Jim Crow Law in America. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9780595659654

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William A. James, Sr., has created a cogent book of essays that deals with a perplexing problem found among African-Americans. James calls it "The Skin Color Syndrome.

His book is divided into four sections, consisting of seven chapters. Within those chapters he depicts five principles that define blacks' "intra racial hatred," a hatred based upon "Pigmentation Discrimination," as the first principle of the Skin Color Syndrome. James then discusses "Passing," and "Where Blacks Are And Where They Need To Go." He talks about "Where Blacks are headed," and then he gives " A Conclusion Of The Matter," and "The Problems We (African-Americans) Must Fix."

Lastly, James offers "Kwanzaa 365 Days Per Year," as a restorative solution to the ravages of Jim Crow Law in America.

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William A. James, Sr., attended Virginia State University, the University of Virginia, and Piedmont Virginia Community College. He holds a Masters Degree.James is a local freelance writer of the Charlottesville, Virginia area. He writes about racial and interracial issues.

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