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TYPBST: How to be an Antiracist - 6CR #108

TYPBST: How to be an Antiracist - 6CR #108

February 19, 2021

In this episode of #TYPBST Joel and Darnell discussed the #1 selling book during the George Folyd protests "How to be an Antiracist" by Ibram X. Kendi. They also unpacked Darnell's blog "Antiracism is Anti-Abolitionism". Their conversation covered these topics among other issues:

  • A statistical definition of racism.
  • Ibram X Kendi and slave masters are both anti-capitalist.
  • Pros and cons with socialism and capitalism.
  • Black privilege of lived experience.

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Song from our intro: Sho Baraka - Pedantic

Related episodes: 6CR #85, 6CR #79, 6CR #786CR #30 & 6CR #11

Reference:

How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi

The Left Argues Slavery Was an Economic Blessing. Here's Why They Are Wrong.

Mark Thornton on How Government Propped Up Slavery in the American South

How to Be a Racist

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TYPBST: The Color of Compromise - 6CR #60

TYPBST: The Color of Compromise - 6CR #60

November 8, 2019

The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby is the first listener requested book to be featured on TYPBST. Darnell & Joel focus their conversation on the Biblical arguments in this book. Darnell developed an apologetic acronym to summarize his analysis of the arguments: C-H-U-L-O

  • Church: ecclesiology 
  • Hatred: racism
  • Unempathisable
  • Legislated diversity vs. Spirit led diversity
  • Other brothers
  • Bonus section: thoughts on Jemar Tisby's recommended solutions

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References:

The Color of Compromise

Pass The Mic

AD Robles' criticism: Abuse of History + Economic/Theological Ignorance = Jemar Tisby

James White's feedback: The Color of Compromise, Steven Anderson Continued, Open Phones

Sam Sey's Review: The Color of Compromise

'Survivor' contestant's racial comment leads to touching moment

CP: CHRIST OVER POLITICS: LIVE AT TRINITY CHURCH’S CONFERENCE

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Samuel Sey Part 2 - 6CR #23
Black Panther Q&A - 6CR #22

Black Panther Q&A - 6CR #22

July 13, 2018

Our most succesful episode from season 1 was Wakanda Forever? and consequently we received a number of questions from listeners. Darnell & Joel address the following listener questions:

  1. Is it possible to be a pan-Africanist and a Christian at the same time?
  2. Why was Killmonger's attempt to liberate black people from white oppression so appealing to some black people? 
  3. Can you please elaborate on the principles of the African diaspora and it's impact on the Black Psyche?

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Samuel Sey Interview - 6CR #20

Samuel Sey Interview - 6CR #20

June 29, 2018

Joel & Darnell interview Samuel Sey regarding his blog post: Moses or Marx?

Samuel Sey Contact:

https://slowtowrite.com/

@SlowToWrite

Reference Links:

"Moses or Marx?" on Wretched Radio

MLK50

T4G 2018

David Platt @ T4G

Matt Chandler @ MLK 50

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York University Strike - 6CR #19
Q&A - Slavery in Libya - 6CR #14

Q&A - Slavery in Libya - 6CR #14

February 23, 2018

Darnell & Joel address a number of questions from listeners in response to our conversation on Slavery In Libya. The questions cover the following:

  1. Racialized groups committing racism
  2. Arabs enslaving blacks
  3. The race of enslavers are not being discussed
  4. Strawmanning & Steelmanning 

Reference Articles:

Big Bang Racism

Rubin Report Intro - MLK quote

Slavery In Islam

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Black Experience Project - 6CR #11

Black Experience Project - 6CR #11

February 2, 2018

In July 2017, the findings from the Black Experience Project were released. Darnell and Joel discuss the problems identified and solutions recommended by the report. 

The Black Experience Project

Reference Articles:

CBC feature of The Black Experience Project

Predatory Lending - Institutional Racism example - Suits Season 7 Episode 10 (ep102)

"Minimum wages were first designed to keep women and minorities out of jobs"

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Slavery in Libya - 6CR #5

Slavery in Libya - 6CR #5

December 15, 2017

Slavery still exists in 2017. Darnell and Joel discuss the connection between slavery and racism, whether racism plays a role in the slave trade in Libya and whether the slave traders in Libya are acting rational. 

Canada-Lybia Relations

Reference Articles:

People For Sale - Where lives are auctioned for $400

Obama Admits Libya Was His "Worst Mistake" – but for All the Wrong Reasons

Tweet Referenced:

https://twitter.com/dogudda_darnell/status/937790847264985091

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