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In a recent CNN.com article entitled, It's time to talk about 'black privilege' https://goo.gl/vuwKaR, a new term is being used to describe what white people are feeling and beleiving about our Melanated comminity; BLACK PRIVILEGE!
Topics of Discussion:
White Privilege vs. Black Privilege
How “White” People Were Created in America
How America Was Founded Under White Supremacy Before the Constitution
The Illusion of False White Privilege
Criminal justice, civil rights and the Alt-Right
ABOUT DR. JACQUELINE BATTALORA
Dr. Jacqueline Battalora is an attorney and professor of sociology, anthropology, and criminal justice at Saint Xavier University in Chicago.
As an anti-racist writer, educator, and trainer, she teaches courses in law and society having received her Ph.D from Northwestern University where her research was shaped by an interest in the social forces that make deep human connections across race so difficult to sustain. Her graduate training includes: theology, social ethics, sociology, and law. Battalora’s approach to white awareness training is enhanced by employment experience that includes educator, corporate attorney, Chicago police officer, and coffeehouse co-owner. Her writings explore the enforcement of divisions between people specifically, the making of human difference in law.
She is the author of the 2013 book “Birth of A White Nation: The Invention of White People and it's Relevance Today.” (http://goo.gl/q3eRCW).
Dr. Battalora was born in Scotland and lived in Belgium for six years before her family relocated to Victoria, Texas. The experience of attending high school & middle school in Texas formed her understanding of race in America. Dr. Battalora speaks widely on the topic of the invention of white people in law and has been conducting white awareness & anti-racist training sessions since the mid 1990s. She has trained teachers as well as lawyers, judges, activists, corporate and law enforcement officials on the legal historical record of white privilege and its implications for work conducted today.
Epigenetics of Racism with Jane Elliott https://goo.gl/56YgRV
Epigenetics of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS) with Dr. Joy DeGruy (Part 1) - https://goo.gl/YF69qu
Epigenetics: Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS) with Dr. Joy DeGruy (Part 2) - https://goo.gl/965RN7
Epigenetics of Slave Breeding: Sex, Violence and Memory in African American History - https://goo.gl/cf0Hpa
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