~ The aim of #RCT is to provide people a process for changing how they've been taught to think and behave patriarchy which fosters inequality, i.e., classism, sexism, and racism to thinking matriarchy which fosters equity. The 12 step process, if followed, has been proven to begin to change how one thinks and behaves in 90 days. To promote permanent change, THIS 12 step program includes New Way of Thinking (#NWTC) classes to correct the lies patriarchy has spread around the world. The 12-18 month classes include 1) Understanding the two primary global cultures, matriarchy and patriarchy (#UMPC), 2) Understanding the system of racism/white supremacy (#USRwS), and 3) Pre-Columbus-colonial African History (#PCAH).
A White Man, The Benefactor of Patriarchal Racism/White Supremacy Talking To Blacks As An Expert On Color-Consciousness?????
Frances Welsing Would Say, ‘If You Don’t Understand The System of Racism/White Supremacy, You Will Be Confused’.
This is Confusion…
How can a white man be an expert on patriarchal racism/white supremacy…from a black perspective?
Impossible…are white men are the experts on racism/white supremacy, too…even the black experience????
Even if Tim Wise was equally qualified, why a white man…who, can’t in any way possible not benefit from patriarchal privilege, white privilege…or not be an active participant in the system of racism/white supremacy, etc., etc., etc.
Just benefiting should disqualify whites…men, in particular.
I recommend a team: Tony Browder (traditional African history & cultural analyst), Michele Alexander (legal analyst specializing in the Black experience), and Ta-Nehisi Coates (social, political critique of the Black experience), and Lagoke Gnaka (specialist on Pan-Africanism and Ubuntu).
I don’t even think Wise would fit on a team like this…except to periodically agree and or affirm.