The 21st Century Black History: From the Atlantic Slave Trade in America to Its Impact on African Americans Today
Black History in the 21st Century: From the Atlantic Slave Trade in America to Its Impact on African Americans Today is mainly about the injustices suffered by African Americans in America, especially the impact of the Atlantic slave trade in America on the negro race today, to include people of color. The impact of the Atlantic slave trade in the twenty-first century is high-tech lynching in America, that is, without the noose around the neck of the African American.
High-tech lynching is defined in this book as the following: There are two phases of high-tech lynching. The first phase is characterized by violence, death, and/or destruction by white racists, race haters, or white supremacists, practicing bad spirit principal part racist hatred of racism against African Americans on the streets, to include people of color. The practice of racism is the use of racial or racist epithets characterized by the sentiment of racial segregation, white cultural and political domination that characterizes discriminatory language and/or physical practice of racism that involves violence, death, and/or destruction against black Americans in America. These are racist incidents on the streets. That is the first phase of high-tech lynching in the twenty-first century in America.And then an African American takes his or her racist case to court for courtroom proceedings.
This is the second phase of high-tech lynching in America in the twenty-first century, wherein the courtroom, the DA, or district attorney, become hairsplitters of the letter of the law and nitpick at the spirit of the law as to the alleged violation or crime to justify the action or bad behavior of racist white policemen or white supremacists, characterized by their bad spirit principal part racist hatred of racism. Therefore, high-tech lynching involves the judges of the courts in America that go along with their district attorney's travesty of justice or mockery of the justice system. To include the legislators who make the laws in America and oftentimes their designated juries based on their homogeneity of bad spirit principal part racist hatred.
Therefore, high-tech lynching is the effect of America's Atlantic slave trade on African Americans today in this the twenty-first century, post-Jim Crow as a system of predatory laws and tyranny of racism practiced against African Americans.