Google’s Book Search: “The Bhagavad-Gita in Black and White: From Mulatto Pride to Krishna Consciousness”
With America having elected its first “black” President (his deceased “white” mother’s heritage notwithstanding), and considering ongoing attempts by Christian partisans to brand him a Muslim, despite his protestations to the contrary, how might we take a radically different and fresher look at the vexing triumvirate of race, religion and politics?
Utilizing Google’s Book Search, click here to peruse the contents of “The Bhagavad-Gita in Black and White: From Mulatto Pride to Krishna Consciousness.”
Summary: An indispensable aid for those seeking to transcend America’s oppressive race-consciousness. Fashioned after the eighteen chapters of the Bhagavad-gita, the essence of India’s Vedic wisdom and one of the great spiritual and philosophical classics of the world. Along with synopses of each Gita chapter is commentary culled from Mr. Byrd’s and other contributors’ 1995-2003 Interracial Voice
Interracial Voiceeditorials. The book analyzes specific Gita verses to illuminate U.S. racialism from the Vedic perspective.
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