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Minister Argues Ignorance, Not Oppression, Led To Chicago Violence

The following article is from my interview by Jireh Gibson for the Chicago City Wire April 22, 2017. Blaming violence in Chicago on the historical treatment of African-Americans and demanding government intervention inflames a “spirit of victimization,” Mychal Massie, founder of the Racial Policy Center, told the Chicago City Wire recently. “It breeds acrimony and […]

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Black Is A Color: Note A Race

Black is a color; it is not a race. Being black is not a human condition, albeit that is what many today treat it as. Those facts notwithstanding, being recognized as a skin color is the antithesis of unifying the fabric of the United States. The emphasis on skin color has saturated, i.e., infected the […]

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Slavery Wasn’t Based Upon Skin Color

Self-limiting pursuits that serve only to retard personal growth and reject modernity have plagued blacks in America uninterrupted, in the form of identity politics, since the collapse of the oppressive eras of subjugated inequality, i.e., slavery, the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), and Jim Crow laws that were instituted and maintained by the Democrat Party. No […]

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Obama Promotes and Supports Racial Strife

Following are but a few examples pursuant to how Obama promotes, encourages, and supports racial strife. The Racial Policy Center is committed to exposing and combatting atrocities such as these. If you agree that this must be combatted your generous support is needed. ********************** On March 4, 2007, Obama spoke at a church in Selma, […]

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Racial Policy Center Blasts Obama Over ‘Nigger’ Comment At White House Dinner

The Racial Policy Center (RPC) denounces Barack Obama and Larry Wilmore for their moral opprobriousness and their pernicious disrespect for propriety. Wilmore’s flagrant and boorish use of the “N” word at the White House Correspondent’s Association dinner was not only in poor taste but it spoke to the lowest common denominator of human character. It […]

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