Born in Apartheid-era South Africa to white Afrikaner parents, she developed the skin colour and facial features of a black African. By the age of ten she had been officially reclassified as 'coloured' and expelled from white society. As well as being cut off from her family and friends, Sandra suffered imprisonment and domestic abuse. However, with the end of Apartheid she tracked down her mother and enjoyed a tearful reunion. This emotional film exposes racism and questions the whole notion of racial identity.
Racism is a social construct and a system that has many layers. Therefore, when trying to determine whether someone can be racist, the individual should have the power to implement racism. So when the question is, can black people be racist, the answer gets quite complicated. In this podcast, the hosts try to answer this question. They cover race, racism, prejudice, discrimination, oppression, racial indoctrination, and structural and institutional racism as a systemic way of life. What do you think, Can black people be racist?
Just like Dr Frances Cress Welsing, Dr Edward Robinson breaks down a secret and hidden study on the African DNA strands, how it affects the intelligence (IQ) of black people and why this is will never be made public. Geneticists found that people from Africa have more DNA series which shows they are smarter. This reveals that when one person or group attempts to keep down another person or group, it is due to the fear of the truth being revealed that the bully/oppressor is in fact inferior to those they attempt to keep down. What do you think?