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product_name=Overturning the Culture of Violence title= author=Penny Hess @description=<p> This controversial, eye-opening, now-classic book indicts not only the imperial powers but white people as a whole for their role in the slavery, genocide, lynchings and ongoing attacks on African people. This book documents the basic points of Omali Yeshitela's theory of African Internationalism and exposes how the entire white society enjoys life by sitting on a pedestal of African oppression. Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, Hess exposes how white violence carried out against African and oppressed peoples of the world is as American as apple pie. Overturning the Culture of Violence portrays the possibility of a positive future through the liberation movements of African and oppressed peoples and calls on white people to stand on the forward side of history by working in solidarity with the struggle for African liberation. </p> <p> With a foreword by Omali Yeshitela. </p> description/*=
Overturning the Culture of Violence
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Overturning the Culture of Violence
by Penny Hess

This controversial, eye-opening, now-classic book indicts not only the imperial powers but white people as a whole for their role in the slavery, genocide, lynchings and ongoing attacks on African people. This book documents the basic points of Omali Yeshitela's theory of African Internationalism and exposes how the entire white society enjoys life by sitting on a pedestal of African oppression. Chairwoman of the African People's Solidarity Committee, Hess exposes how white violence carried out against African and oppressed peoples of the world is as American as apple pie. Overturning the Culture of Violence portrays the possibility of a positive future through the liberation movements of African and oppressed peoples and calls on white people to stand on the forward side of history by working in solidarity with the struggle for African liberation.

With a foreword by Omali Yeshitela.