Resenha "Entre o Mundo e Eu" de Ta-Nehisi Coates

Publicado by Enzo Miguel

Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow. Sixty years of separate but equal. Thirty-five years of racist housing policy. Until we reckon with our compounding moral debts, America will never be whole. Racism is not merely a simplistic hatred.

It is, more often, broad sympathy toward some and article source skepticism toward others An America that looks away is ignoring not just the sins of the past but the sins of the present and the certain sins of the future. I am not asking you as a white person to see yourself as an enslaver. I'm asking you as an American to see all of the freedoms that you enjoy and see how they are rooted in things that the country you belong to condoned or actively participated in the past.

The best part of writing is not the communication of knowledge to other people, but the acquisition and synthesizing of knowledge for oneself. What sets black people apart is not some deficit in personal responsibility.

It's the weight on our shoulders. That is what's actually different. We have the weight and burden of history. Reparations would mean the end of scarfing hot dogs on the Fourth of July while denying the facts of our heritage.

Reparations would mean a revolution of the American consciousness, a reconciling of our self-image as the great democratizer with the facts of our history. That's not an accident that Donald Trump didn't begin with, say, trade or jobs or anything, that he actually began by otherizing the first African-American president of the United States. Never forget that we were enslaved in this country longer than we have been free.

Ahora explícale tú a tu hijo que el mundo está jodido

Resenha Never forget that for years black people were Mundo into chains-whole generations followed by more Coates who knew nothing but chains. I did not know then that this is what life is - just when you master the geometry of one world, it slips Eu", and suddenly again, you're swarmed by strange shapes and impossible angles.

What I am telling you is that you do not need to know to love, and it is right that you feel it all in any moment.

And it is right that you see it through--that you are amazed, then curious, "Entre belligerent, then heartbroken, then numb. You Ta-Nehisi the right check this out all of it. I think the sad fact is, there's a long history in this country at looking at African-American as subhuman.

And I think that's reflected in the fact that, when we have problems that really are problems of employment, that are really problems of mental health, that are really problems of drugs, our answer is the police. When nonviolence begins halfway through the war with the aggressor calling time out, it exposes itself as a ruse.

This feeling African-Americans have, this skepticism towards the police and the skepticism that the police show towards African-Americans is actually quite old. And it may be one of the most durable aspects of the relationship between black people and their country really in our history. Racism is, among other things, the unearned skepticism of one group of humans joined to the unearned sympathy for another.

The standard progressive approach of the moment is to mix color-conscious moral invective with color-blind public policy. Part of that is ordinary African-Americans, you come out of your house and you see the conditions in your neighborhood and you see, folks in your neighborhood doing certain things that, are irresponsible.

You know, the thing I always think about, you get up early in the morning to go to work and there's some dude outside drinking and you come home and the same dude is outside drinking hanging on the corner. And then this engenders a level of anger I think and a level of shame. To prevent enabling oppression, we demand that black people be twice as good.

To prevent verifying stereotypes, we pledge to never eat a slice a watermelon in front of white people. You can live in the world of myth and be taken seriously. Just because you came here in, whenever, you became an American. You get to celebrate July 4th like every other American. You don't just get the good part.

You get the bad part, too. You get all of it. If George Washington crossing the Delaware matters, so must his ruthless pursuit of the runagate Oney Judge.

Ta-Nehisi Coates Quotes

Segregations, by which I mean people living in a certain area, was a planned system. It was made that way. And what you have Resenha a system in which people are there to be exploited. Entonces te lo replanteas todo. Desde esa angustia y esa desprotección "Entre precisamente desde Mundo Ta-Nehisi Coates escribió su aclamado libro Entre el mundo y yo Eu" Barral.

Ta-Nehisi Coates parte de esta desagradable observación para escribir su emotiva carta. Él, Ta-Nehisi durante toda su infancia y adolescencia sintió cómo el hecho de ser negro se convertía en un peso que Coates cortaba las alas, estaba convencido de que la generación de su hijo correría otra suerte bien distinta.

Y no te hacen falta reportajes porque has visto de cerca gran parte de la galaxia americana y a sus habitantes, sus casas, sus aficiones. Yo no sé qué es crecer con un presidente negro, redes sociales, medios de comunicación omnipresentes y por todas partes mujeres negras con su pelo natural. Lo que sí sé es que cuando soltaron al asesino de Michael Brown, dijiste: Y eso me dolió porque a pesar de lo distintos que son nuestros mundos, a tu edad yo me sentía exactamente igual.

Pero fue tras los asesinatos del verano de —cuando Michael Brown moría abatido a balazos por dos policías que le habían confundido con un delincuente, y cuando el tremendo vídeo del asesinato de Eric Garner se hacía viral— que Ta-Nehisi Coates se vio obligado a poner sobre papel todas aquellas experiencias racistas a las que se había enfrentado en su vida, con tal de compartirlas no sólo con su hijo, sino con el mundo. Así es como nace Entre el mundo y yocon la mirada de un adolescente decepcionado ante la noticia de que, al contrario de lo que pensaba, habita un país en el que su raza es considerada mala, peligrosa, una vergüenza.

No quise obligarte a enmascarar tus alegrías y vendar tus ojos.

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