Human Rights Issues Are Exposed In The Book White Male Privilege

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The book "White Male Privilege" profiles discrimination and racism toward minorities. Mark Rosenkranz interviews Brian Swann (brother of the former Pittsburgh Steelers star Lynn Swann who was also the 2006 gubernatorial candidate for the state of Pennsylvania.)

The new book "White Male Privilege" profiles discrimination and racism toward minorities. Mark Rosenkranz interviews Brian Swann (brother of the former Pittsburgh Steelers star Lynn Swann who was also the 2006 gubernatorial candidate for the state of Pennsylvania).

Is it racism, or simply white male privilege? Either way, it is an issue that remains to be grappled with. In the Declaration of Independence, our founding fathers declared, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal," and yet, it would be another 189 years before Americans would be equal by law. It has been suggested that with the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, America had finally overcome its ugly past of racism and discrimination. As we entered into the new millennium, the author wondered if America had really set aside its biased and discriminatory practices. The author interviewed eight people as he developed the foundations for this book. One of the people he was honored to interview was Brian Swann DDS, the brother of famous footballer Lynn Swann.

Brian shared his story of a racially motivated encounter that he and his brother had experienced in the 1970's in San Francisco, California. Each of the eight people interviewed for this book brought with them a different experience and viewpoint as it relates to discrimination and racism in America, and more specifically, white male privilege in America. The author brought these eight individual viewpoints together, and told their story as they relate to American history, from the early days of colonization through the present day. Click here.

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