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Beyond The Black Lives Matter Movement: Discover How We Got Here And How To Move Forward Into A Future Of Racial Equality 

A renowned psychologist, Carl Jung, once said:

“To ask the right question is already half the solution to a problem.”

When it comes to the decades long struggle for racial equality in the US, the question we all should ask ourselves is: What can I do to help?

The truth is, too many of us are happy with being quiet supporters of the struggle, a voiceless group satisfied by simply being bystanders to the longest-lived fight for human rights in our history.

Why do we declare ourselves to be anti-racist or gender equality supporters, but never act on it?

The answer is simple: because we think we’re too small to make an impact.

We think that by being regular Joes, our voices are not loud enough to be heard.

We say we want to see the change, but believe we are powerless to contribute to it.... When in fact, we are not.

If the historical fight for racial equality has taught us anything, it’s that no man is too small to stand up and make his voice heard.

You can practice, support, and promote your values every day of your life, through various means and actions.

You can allow yourself to explore the problem, comprehend its many faces and implications, and learn from our past mistakes.

The change has already started. Now it’s up to all of us to keep it going.

In Black Lives Matter: How to Be An Antiracist, you will discover:

  • How the scientific pursuit for the truth gave birth to racism, and the types of racism our society is fighting today 
  • The historical evolution of racism, from the Graeco-Roman era, to the present struggle that culminated with a Black Lives Matter movement 
  • If there really is such a thing as a gene for racism, and the scientific claims of the existence of people who are genetically anti-racists 
  • The seven most important socio-cultural causes of racism, to help you understand the root of the problem and perceive how we unintentionally transfer our thoughts and values to our children 
  • The examining of the White Fragility phenomenon, and how to abandon the defensive stance when asked about race 
  • The concept of cumulative discrimination - discover how and why racism leaves deeper scars on society the longer its a part of it 
  • Seven practical solutions to the ultimate question: What Can I Do to Promote Equality? - discover everyday actions you can take to help build a better tomorrow

And much more.

It is possible to talk about race and inequality without passing blame or transferring guilt and fear.

This book is not about a search for a culprit. It is a call to action.

If you’re ready to take an active part in making the world a better place to live in for everyone, then scroll up and click the “buy” button right now."

©2019 George Ray Hunter (P)2021 George Ray Hunter

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