@ De Mush Doctor: I could not agree with more the late writer, William R. Jones, wrote a book titled is "God a White Racist?" In it he took the black clergy to task including so-called black liberation theology for promoting the concept of divine suffering as a way to redemption and freedom, a totally repellent doctrine that must be rejected if we are to free our minds.
Greetings. I've been away preoccupied with other things the past couple months. I was at the March yesterday but arrived so late there's nothing I can say about it except that I got to shake hands with Martin Luther King III. Judging by the speakers and organizers, it was too tied to the Democratic Party, in a very different way than the civil rights leaders of 50 years ago had a movement behind them to force eventually the Democratic Party to do what had to be done,which turned out to be under LBJ rather than JFK. It would be much easier to discuss all the topics introduced here in the Discussion Forum, where each topic introduced gets its own continuous thread.
We still continue giving credence to the false notion that we are inferior to our white counter paths, because we black people are of the devil's spawn and white people are the chosen children of God.
I've never met anyone who literally stated such a thing.
But if you translate "chosen children of God" into "came out better historically" this would be true in the sense that we tend to look down on the victims and the oppressed. Morality is aligned with power and money to some extent, and this is probably a basic part of human nature.