Bainbridge Island, WA (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
One of the saddest and most disgraceful aspects of human history is the inhumane and despicable way people of African descent have been treated. Indeed if one looks back on history, one would see the many injustices they have suffered. In "Hatred for Black People," author Shehu Sani has created a comprehensive and highly detailed study on the many injustices suffered by the black race.
This book is a well documented study on the plight of black people. It covers a multitude of issues that shows the many atrocities other races have perpetrated against them. Examples of such issues would be the rampant slavery all over the world during the 18th century, wherein a multitude of Africans were kidnapped from their homes and used as slaves. The book also looks upon the biographical, racial and social aspects of the study and how such factors have contributed to the maltreatment of the black race. It gives an incredibly detailed account of how they are treated all over the world, complete with well documented research on the shocking social perceptions of people from other races and how racial stereotyping helped create these perceptions. It is a truly multifaceted study that shows readers the many acts of racism suffered by black people throughout the years, atrocities that still run rampant even today.
"Hatred for Black People" is an immensely enlightening book that provides readers with in-depth knowledge and understanding on the subject of racist hatred against black people.
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About the Author
Shehu Sani is a foremost Nigerian Civil Rights Activist, playwright, and poet. In the ’90s, he had many times been arrested and jailed by the Nigerian military dictatorships for his Civil Rights activism. He is the president of Civil Rights Congress of Nigeria, chairman of African Freedom Foundation, president of Africa Peace and Development Center, member of NEPAD (Nigeria National Committee), guest columnist of BBC Focus on Africa Magazine, and member of Famine Relief Committee on Niger Famine.
Hatred for Black People* by Shehu Sani
Publication Date: December 26, 2013
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