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Originally posted by Shango67:

We spend too much of our time celebrating the Jackie Robinsons of the world - and not enough time celebrating those who reject integration as a liberating ideology.


Well - you know you can't make that last statement and not expect for a question about it! Can you explain your thoughts about "rejecting integration"? We live in a white country. On a daily basis, we have no choice but to interact with white America. While "rejecting integration" can be emotionally liberating, what do you see as the practical implications, limits, and ramifications of that? I've written about using the "white flight" phenomenon to create all black or majority black communities. I've also talked about aggregating political power by choosing a state with a large African American base - like Georgia or Louisiana - and developing a strategic effort to create a "black state" there - to generate a national campaign to draw African Americans from all over the country to live there with the express purpose of gaining greater control over our lives etc. The state would end up with a black governor, black senators and congress people all the way down to school board etc. We would be making decisions with our best interests at heart. Do those kinds of ideas fit within your conception of "rejecting integration"?

Can we "reject integration" intellectually/mentally/emotionally/spiritually while still interacting with the white world around us on an 'as needed' basis?

As always, interested in your thoughts.
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