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Book details
  • Genre:HISTORY
  • SubGenre:Study & Teaching
  • Language:English
  • Pages:515
  • eBook ISBN:9780965781626

A Foe Reel White Man's Nig******

by Lonnie F. DeWitt

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The author effectively argues that racism exists through extra-legal and legal instrumentalities) the so-called White supremacy and it's criminal "JustUS" system that helps facilitate a facade of fairness. The author delves into the horrific violence perpetrated against (mostly) Black people, by the very group who are sworn to protect and to serve. The author places a bright spotlight where he aptly describes some of the most egregious and inhumane crimes that America has deliberately subjected our Black people, that continues to this day.
The author closely examines many of the negative (root) causes of racism, workplace violence, and an array of social, legal, and political issues not typically found within the covers of a single literary work. The author openly and candidly addresses his unapologetic disgust and disdain against two specific departments: the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Department of Social Services. The author also captured the voice and soul of most Black Americans (and all people of conscience) by boldly and aggressively attacking the very fabric of White America: racism.
About the author
Lonnie DeWitt is a highly decorated, honorably retired United States Air Force combat Vietnam veteran First Sergeant of over 23 years. He holds the equivalent of two graduate degrees, an undergraduate degree and three associate degrees. He is a former California State peace officer and officer of the court. Of course, Lonnie is now a two-times published author.
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