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The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave

Author : Willie Lynch
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This speech was said to have been delivered by Willie Lynch on the bank of the James River in the colony of Virginia in 1712. Lynch was a British slave owner in the West Indies. He was invited to the colony of Virginia in 1712 to teach his methods to slave owners there.

The Willie Lynch Letter Aka the Making of a Slave Annotated

Author : Willie Lynch
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The Willie Lynch Letter, aka The Making of a Slave, is one of the most controversial texts in African-American studies.It was purportedly written by Willie Lynch, a British West Indies plantation owner, and given to a group of Virginia slaveowners as a masterplan to keep Blacks enslaved -- not just physically but mentally as well -- using such tactics as pitting on slave against the other. Lynch, in his letter, says by using these tactics for just one year it will keep slaves mentally in chains for at least 300 years.Modern historians have asserted that the letter is a hoax, but most still agree that it's a text worth reading as it points out the different divides in the African-American community that seem specifically designed to keep the race from throwing off mental chains that impede communal progress.Includes foreword by Karen E. Quinones Miller, author of An Angry-Ass Black WomanIncludes excerpt from The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave

The Willie Lynch Letter

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Describes the African slave trade from the viewpoint of the Southern plantation owners.

The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave

Author : William Lynch
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The Willie Lynch Letter Raw And Uncut

Author : Robert Bonaparte
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This speech was delivered by Willie Lynch on the bank of the James River in the colony of Virginia in 1712. Lynch was aBritish slave owner in the West Indies. He was invited to the colony of Virginia in 1712 to teach his methods to slaveowners there. The term "lynching" is derived from his last name.

The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave

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Breaking the Curse of Willie Lynch

Author : Alvin Morrow
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100 Amazing Facts About the Negro With Complete Proof and the Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave

Author : Joel Rogers
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100 Amazing Facts About the Negro with complete proof by J. A. Rogers and The Willie Lynch Letter and The Making of a Slave by Willie Lynch

2012 the Ending of the Willie Lynch Letter

Author : Le Brown a. k. a. ¿Phenomenal Le¿
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"I wrote this piece to enlighten the minds of people in the world, especially blacks/African-Americans, about the negative psychological effects of the Willie Lynch Letter. This malicious labyrinth has impacted many lives, causing ignorance, broken homes, disrespectfulness, and poor health throughout the nation. I'm concentrating more on aiding blacks/African-Americans because this ethnic group statistically leads America in negative aspects of life, such as heart disease, poverty, broken homes, incarcerations, lack of education, etc.-and the fact that this system was directed toward African-Americans. Although all cultures and nationalities suffer from such downfalls because of such a melting pot society we live in, any man, woman, or child is capable of falling victim to Lynch's negative behavioral application. Mankind, as a whole, needs an improvement." About the Author Le Brown a.k.a. "Phenomenal Le" was born and raised in Florence, South Carolina. He currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Phenomenal Change Letter and the Unmaking of a Slave

Author : Anthony Manigault
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The Phenomenal Change Letter And The Unmaking Of A Slave is derivative work that was inspired by the Willie Lynch Letter And The Making Of A Slave. The Phenomenal Change Letter And The Unmaking Of A Slave is the Authors attempt to channel the anger created by the Willie Lynch Letter, in hopes of one day reversing the effects of the Willie Lynch Letter on the African American Community. The Phenomenal Change Letter was written to inspire and influence a new generation of positive change. The Phenomenal Change Letter is hoping to stimulate a change in the mindsets of some in the African American Community, a change in our family structures and a change in the way we view ourselves and treat one another.A time for a change is long overdue. Prayerfully everyone that reads The Phenomenal Change Letter And The Unmaking Of A Slave uses it as a stepping stone for empowerment; the opposite of what The Willie Lynch Letter was intended for. If this body of work changes one persons life, this process would have all been worth it. I hope you enjoy this read and continue to fight for our change.

The Mis education of the Negro Stolen Legacy and the Willie Lynch Letter

Author : George James
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Book Includes: The Mis-education of the Negro, Stolen Legacy and The Willie Lynch Letter

Thinking With the Big Head

Author : Jamil Aaron
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Thinking with the Big Head (T.W.T.B.H.) is an empowering tool to awaken the King within every black man. It will help any young black man find his purpose and help him understand his journey through life. It explains that life is about more than money, loose women, and material possessions. Those things come and go. T.W.T.B.H. describes the joys a black man can experience by being a good son, father and husband. These things last an eternity and define good character. T.W.T.B.H enables the young black man to be his best and avoid being his worst.

Within Scope of Ascension

Author : Vincent Shawn Augmon
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Within Scope of Ascension is a poetic litany of philosophies and prose that addresses a wide range of subject matter on the human condition, from both the past and present. The book hopes to encourage readers to exercise freedom of independent thought, while aiming to inspire patience, tolerance, and acceptance of others feelings, beliefs, and expressions. It also presents a 300-year historical analysis of specific political, economic, cultural, and social agendas, and their distinct effects on the human condition from 1712 to 2012. The book was written to help forge a universal awareness that can fortify communications and ultimately empathy with one another across ethnic and racial boundaries. Vincent Shawn Augmon lives in New England. He works in the health care industry and moonlights as an entertainment promoter of comedy and music. He began writing at an early age and counts Malcolm X (Malik Shabazz El Hajj) as his inspiration to use the power of words to expound on his perceptions of reality. He hopes with his book of poetry and prose, titled Within Scope of Ascension, to convey hope and to broaden one's awareness of life and the world's conditions.He would like the book to establish a common ground throughout cultures and reach out to people to acquire information, overcome ignorance, and make everyone more aware. To accomplish this, he writes on eclectic subjects so his work may appeal to the world. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/VincentShawnAugmo

Saving the African American from Cradle to Grave Instructions to the Blackman In the 21st Century A Textbook for Success

Author : Riccardo V. Haynes
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UNMASKING THE SILENCE 17 Powerful Slave Narratives in One Edition

Author : Frederick Douglass
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This unique collection of "UNMASKING THE SILENCE - 17 Powerful Slave Narratives in One Edition" has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards. Contents: Narrative of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Freedom Fighter & Statesman 12 Years a Slave - Memoir of Solomon Northup, a Free-Born African American Who Was Kidnapped and Sold into Slavery The Underground Railroad (William Still) - stories of 649 slaves who escaped to freedom through a secret network formed by abolitionists and former slaves Harriet: The Moses of Her People – Story of the Woman Who Led Hundreds of Slaves to Freedom as the Conductor on the Underground Railroad Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (Harriet Jacobs) Narrative of Sojourner Truth - leading abolitionist and women's rights activist The Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano - Former Slave, Seaman & Freedom Fighter Up From Slavery, by Booker T. Washington - the Visionary Educator, Leader and Civil Rights Activist The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave – Memoir that Influenced the Anti-Slavery Cause of British Colonies Father Henson's Story of His Own Life – by Josiah Henson who was the inspiration for the character of Tom in Uncle Tom's Cabin Uncle Tom's Cabin, anti-slavery influential novel which made a crucial impact on America's conscience by illustrating slavery's affect on families The Willie Lynch Letter: The Making of Slave! The Confessions of Nat Turner The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave - Autobiography that Influenced the Anti-Slavery Cause of British Colonies Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom (William and Ellen Craft) Thirty Years a Slave: From Bondage to Freedom (Louis Hughes) Narrative of the Life of J. D. Green, a Runaway Slave (Jacob D. Green) Behind The Scenes: 30 Years a Slave & 4 Years in the White House (Elizabeth Keckley)

Healing in the Homeland

Author : Margaret Mitchell Armand
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Margaret Mitchell Armand presents a cutting edge interdisciplinary terrain inside an indigenous exploration of her homeland. Her contribution to the historiography of Haïtian Vodou demonstrates the struggle for its recognition in Haïti’s post-independence phase as well as its continued misunderstanding. Through a methodological, original study of the colonial culture of slavery and its dehumanization, Healing in the Homeland: Haitian Vodou Traditions examines the sociocultural and economic oppression stemming from the local and international derived politics and religious economic oppression. While concentrating the narratives on stories of indigenous elites educated in the western traditions, Armand moves pass the variables of race to locate the historical conjuncture at the root of the persistent Haïtian national division. Supported by scholarships of indigenous studies and current analysis, she elucidates how a false consciousness can be overcome to reclaim cultural identity and pride, and include a sociocultural, national educational program, and political platform that embraces traditional needs in a global context of mutual respect. While shredding the western adages, and within an indigenous model of understanding, this book purposefully brings forth the struggle of the African people in Haïti.

The Holy Ghost Got a New Dance

Author : Willie Hudson
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In the midst of oppression, poverty, violence, and insufficiency where survival takes priority over salvation, what theology speaks to this condition? Black Theology and Holy Hip-hop are important to understand and promote, especially in their relationship to inner-city ministry and spiritual development, primarily in regards to black and brown youth. This work investigates the complex crises experienced among our black and brown youth, with special focus on the inner-city. Black Theology and Holy Hip-hop is less about people and more about institutions--the dichotomy between the institution of the church and the social institution of music that affects young people's mindset. This book will examine how a double-edged sword of Black Theology and Holy Hip-hop will cut a new faith in inner-city ministry that will initiate freedom against personal pain and systemic oppression, on the one hand, and free minds from self-hate and submissive control on the other.

Manumission

Author : Ralph C. Hamm III
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Ralph gives two suggestions for the four pages required for the Xlibris website. The first one is from Lesson 2, Section C in Manumission. The second one is from the synopsis for the book, which I believe is the Introduction. For the time being Ralph is choosing the Synopsis (Introduction) for the Xlibris website. Here they are: 1 From LESSON 2, SECTION C To B.A.N.T.U., and thus to the N.P.R.A., the single conscious force had to arise from partaking in, and understanding, the common ground upon which all of the ethnic groups in the prison stood. The creative collective had to be rooted within our common history. Be it benign or volatile, the truth had to be shared. Connectioncommunication...consciousness. It may have been true that the Irish were the single-most obstacle in the way of peace and unity in the prison, as they were during the cause of the abolition of slavery in the 1800s in this country and state, but it was the purpose of the collective we to reveal to them who was pulling their historical strings... the true anti-abolitionists (i.e., the institution of education, of justice, of government, and the media). We had to pull ourselves away from the inhuman voices of our ancestors, so that we could have a new and constructive dialogue. This dialogue could not be about retribution, revenge, or reparations, because none of us were responsible. This effort had to be one of conscious reconciliation, and recognizing that whether we liked it or not our futures were tied together. We were reclaiming our lives from those who claimed to possess us ...exploiting us by perpetuating our ancestral pasts against our todays and tomorrows. I spent a lot of time during the course of my day speaking with (educating) N.P.R.A. block representatives. I questioned them on the perception of the racial barometer (tension) in their respective cellblocks: Were the prisoners talking to one another more, as opposed to alienating and isolating themselves based upon their ethnicity? How often did the reps notice prisoners reading, and/or discussing our political situation -could they give a number, or gauge a percentage? What was the reps opinion on the impact of the race-relations seminars? Were there any prisoners whom they thought Larry and I should speak with on the matter of race and the importance of N.P.R.A. unity? I also made it a point to frequent the prison visiting room, not simply to troubleshoot (as was every board members responsibility) but to answer any questions posed by visitors regarding the N.P.R.A. political struggle. I saw these impromptu appearances in the visiting room as an opportunity to subtly ask the visitors if they noticed any changes in the demeanor of the prisoner they had come to visit; especially in regard to his impressions on politics, knowledge of history, and concern about race relations in the prison. The N.P.R.A. garnered invaluable information about the awareness of our constituency (and what may need to be improved upon in the way our communication with the prisoner body) utilizing the aforementioned approach -making our jobs as negotiators and instructors much easier; as well as affording us the first impression ability to spread the abolitionist agenda and ideology to the outside community (bypassing garbled media accounts of the struggle). Being a hands-on person, I always liked to follow the adage: if you want something done right, then do it yourself. In this manner, I knew that the job was accomplished to the best of ability, and the results were not being interpreted and relayed to me through a third or fourth party -having lost much in the translation, due to modification of the message and personal impression, in the retelling. One of the tactics that I u

The Spiritual Battle With The Mind

Author : Paul R. Hillman
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The focus of the book is to let the readers know that the Devil's focus is to use the mind as a place of isolation. He will try to bring back the past of fear to block one from reaching his or her own destiny. This book tells you that only the word of God brings healing to the mind. In addition, only the word of God can bring restoration to a mind that is wrestling, and a heart that is broken. When you finish reading this book, you will be able to get past your pass, from the old you, into a brand new you. It all begins in the belief in your mind.

UNCHAINED Powerful Unflinching Narratives Of Former Slaves 28 True Life Stories in One Volume

Author : Frederick Douglass
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This unique collection consists of the most influential narratives of former slaves and the stories of people who have helped them. With their powerful & unflinching stories, they changed people's convictions and shook the very foundation of slavery: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass 12 Years a Slave by Solomon Northup The Underground Railroad The Willie Lynch Letter: The Making of Slave! Confessions of Nat Turner Narrative of Sojourner Truth Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, by Harriet Jacobs Harriet: The Moses of Her People History of Mary Prince Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom, by William and Ellen Craft Thirty Years a Slave: From Bondage to Freedom, by Louis Hughes Narrative of the Life of J. D. Green, a Runaway Slave Up From Slavery by Booker T. Washington Narrative of Olaudah Equiano Behind The Scenes - 30 Years a Slave & 4 Years in the White House, by Elizabeth Keckley Father Henson's Story of His Own Life Fifty Years in Chains, by Charles Ball Twenty-Two Years a Slave and Forty Years a Freeman, by Austin Steward Narrative of the Life of Henry Bibb Narrative of William W. Brown, a Fugitive Slave Story of Mattie J. Jackson A Slave Girl's Story, by Kate Drumgoold From the Darkness Cometh the Light, by Lucy A. Delaney Narrative of the Life of Moses Grandy Narrative of Joanna; An Emancipated Slave, of Surinam Narrative of the Life of Henry Box Brown, Who Escaped in a 3x2 Feet Box Memoir and Poems of Phillis Wheatley Buried Alive For a Quarter of a Century - Life of William Walker Pictures of Slavery in Church and State Dying Speech of Stephen Smith Who Was Executed for Burglary Life of Joseph Mountain Charge of Aiding and Abetting in the Rescue of a Fugitive Slave Lynch Law in All Its Phases Duty of Disobedience to the Fugitive Slave Act Captain Canot Pearl Incident: Personal Memoir of Daniel Drayton History of Abolition of African Slave-Trade History of American Abolitionism