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The Hurricane of Racism by Ted Cassidy
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The Hurricane of Racism

by Ted Cassidy

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Racism is a dysfunctional social system created by human beings that is like a hurricane. It is a way of living and thinking that has enormous negative effects assuming its own powerful force. In "The Hurricane of Racism," Ted Cassidy describes the nature of racism and presents a method to go about changing it. Despite the fact that racism strongly seeks to maintain its own power, through strong leadership a person or group can bring about change. This booklet goes to the fundamentals of how racism works and how to heal it.

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