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Yellow Racism As Large As White Racism

Author : Arielle Gabriel
ISBN : 1542514940
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Yellow Racism is a pioneering book that focuses on Asian Racism, Hong Kong, China, Singapore & Malaysia, Japan & Korea. It's a gutsy, original work, a must for all readers on racism. Though not denying the historical sweep of White Racism, it surprises us with information on countries such as Japan and China that developed full and lucrative slavery trading systems, long before Columbus set foot in American in 1492.Though this racism cruelly targets Blacks, African or African American blacks, due to the centuries old worship of paler skin, it also can show bias towards Whites, and even other Asians: Mainland Chinese vs. Hong Kong Chinese, Asian women who state boldly they prefer Whites to their own men, and sadly, Yellow Moms and Whites Dads who favour White, yet have half-Asian kids, called Hapas.These racist individuals are but a small minority of people in Asia, and I expect this book to be misquoted, as even critics of racism now risk being called racist, with a volatile social climate.In Hong Kong, we learn of Harmony, a young black woman subjected to the Nose Pinching Gesture, where a Chinese closes their nostrils when seated beside a Black or even a White. I myself have witnessed this 4 or 5 times. We also learn of the needless hospital death of a young Indian woman, Harinder Veriah, for no other reason than she had Dark Skin.In Malaysia, true crime websites link rampant crime waves to African students, with no statistics to back them up. Lewd comments about the sexuality of blacks stealing their women show the true fear. In Singapore and Malaysia both Indians and even PRC Chinese face housing bias. They just are not wanted, for the crime of being born another type of human being.Pure Blood theories of Japan and Korea feature, with similar fears of Foreign Men dating their women, and even signs posted openly on bars and stores and restaurants: No Foreigners Admitted.A refreshing chapter on Christian Guilt attempts to explain why Western democracies flagellate themselves for small amounts of racism, while a Niagara Falls of racism in Asia scarcely gathers notice, and is even apologized for by some Whites: phrases such as unintentional racism, innocent racism, and system racism - they let the individual off the hook for any responsibility.The chapter on half-Asian children is poignant. The adult children of Asian moms and White dads begin boldly to speak out all over the Internet as to having moms who clearly adored and preferred White Men to their own Asian Men. It's Yellow Racism mating up with White Racism, posing as the Globalist Couple.The author takes new leaps in thought, and suggests the Chinese Eunuch Myth, that Asian men are secondary, is the other side of the same racist coin of the Sexy Black Stud, that blacks are to be valued for their physicality. Sexiness in the world of Classic Racism as a primary trait is not helpful. A fully rounded human has a mind, a character, and a spiritual dimension: a soul, a spirit.(Jews in Nazi Germany seen as sexual predators, while in Canada, both the First Nations women and the French women of Quebec were viewed as sexier.)In Mainland China, a pretty young half-black television singer was savagely attacked for having a black American father. As with the Malay crime sites, the fear of the black man's sexuality fueled the flames. An illogical fear, as all humans are different. Asian women found in crime rings with African men are there as much for the money, not sexual romance.Yellow Racism has been forgiven by Whites because "It is not as violent as the American kind." Yet to deprive people of housing and jobs due to skin shade or tone - is this not a type of violence?Arielle Gabriel also writes of Christian Guilt, as a partial explanation as to why Western democracies are so self-critical, writing of her Sunday School lessons in Canada. She intends her book to open a discussion, hoping for a lively and friendly debate, on Yellow Racism.

Bright Eyes Brown Skin

Author : Cheryl Willis Hudson
ISBN : PSU:000043806003
Genre : African Americans
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American Nightmare

Author : Jerrold M. Packard
ISBN : 031230241X
Genre : History
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Chronicles the history of the laws enacted following the conclusion of the Civil War that segregated the South into white and non-white segments, discussing how they were established, justified, and finally dismantled.
Category: History

The Half

Author : Simon Annand
ISBN : 0571237738
Genre : Actors
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For twenty-five years actors have given Simon Annand unprecedented access to photograph them in the intimacy of their dressing-rooms during the 30 minutes before curtain-up - 'the half'. This magnificent book offers not only a dazzling gallery of actors - including Anthony Hopkins, Cate Blanchett, Daniel Day Lewis, Judi Dench, John Gielgud, Vanessa Redgrave, Jim Broadbent, Jeremy Irons, Glenda Jackson, Jude Law, Charlotte Rampling, Michael Gambon, Maggie Smith, Martin Sheen, Felicity Kendal, Kevin Spacey and Ralph Fiennes - but also a meditation on the mystery of the final stage of an actor's journey.
Category: Actors

Twelve Years A Slave Enhanced Edition By Dr Sue Eakin Based On A Lifetime Project New Info Images Maps

Author : Solomon Northup
ISBN : 0989794814
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Autobiography of Solomon Northup, a free Black man from Saratoga, N.Y., who was kidnapped in 1841 and forced into slavery in Louisiana for twelve years. Also includes notes and historical context by Dr. Sue Eakin.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Children Of The Blitz

Author : Robert Westall
ISBN : 0330334859
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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African American Life In The Rural South 1900 1950

Author : R. Douglas Hurt
ISBN : 9780826219602
Genre : History
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During the first half of the twentieth century, degradation, poverty, and hopelessness were commonplace for African Americans who lived in the South's countryside, either on farms or in rural communities. Many southern blacks sought relief from these conditions by migrating to urban centers. Many others, however, continued to live in rural areas. Scholars of African American rural history in the South have been concerned primarily with the experience of blacks as sharecroppers, tenant farmers, textile workers, and miners. Less attention has been given to other aspects of the rural African American experience during the early twentieth century. African American Life in the Rural South, 1900-1950 provides important new information about African American culture, social life, and religion, as well as economics, federal policy, migration, and civil rights. The essays particularly emphasize the efforts of African Americans to negotiate the white world in the southern countryside. Filling a void in southern studies, this outstanding collection provides a substantive overview of the subject. Scholars, students, and teachers of African American, southern, agricultural, and rural history will find this work invaluable.
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Liquid Pleasures

Author : Proffessor John Burnett
ISBN : 9781134788798
Genre : History
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Drinking has always meant much more than satisfying the thirst. Drinking can be a necessity, a comfort, an indulgence or a social activity. Liquid Pleasures is an engrossing study of the social history of drinks in Britain from the late seventeenth century to the present. From the first cup of tea at breakfast to mid-morning coffee, to an eveining beer and a 'night-cap', John Burnett discusses individual drinks and drinking patterns which have varied not least with personal taste but also with age, gender, region and class. He shows how different ages have viewed the same drink as either demon poison or medicine. John Burnett traces the history of what has been drunk in Britain from the 'hot beverage revolution' of the late seventeenth century - connecting drinks and related substances such as sugar to empire - right up to the 'cold drinks revolution' of the late twentieth century, examining the factors which have determined these major changes in our dietary habits.
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Astronomy And Astrology In The Medieval Islamic World

Author : Edward S. Kennedy
ISBN : UOM:39015040158647
Genre : History
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The studies in this collection are based on previously unexploited manuscript sources in Arabic and Persian, written by authors from the 9th through to the 15th centuries, whose locations reached from south China in the east through Central Asia, the Middle and Near East, and North Africa, to Spain in the west. The topics are predominately astronomical rather than astrological. The former include eclipse predictions, problems in spherical astronomy, non-ptolemaic planetary theory, and the achievements of Ulugh Beg and his observatory. Astrological subjects treated are the method of calculating the ascendant, and how to determine astrological houses and lots. An astrological history of the career of Genghis Khan is also described.
Category: History