Coming in 2024:
An Existential Education For Humanity’s
Sake: A Strategy for Personal Defense in the Age of AI
by Charles D. Hayes
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Evolving in a Dangerous World Made
Racism Inevitable: Concerned Citizens, Police Officers and
Teachers Can Help Change
is time to apply science to the subject of racism and stop
the partisan nonsense. The way human brains deal with
differences is an open secret and understanding how this
process works is critical. Today we are witnessing efforts
to manufacture hysteria about race in America. Use of the
N-word is surging. Incidents of explicit racism have
increased even as people insist that they are not racist.
Black colleges and churches are experiencing bomb threats.
Teachers are being forbidden to teach about race and gender
differences, and book banning, if it occurs, represents a
societal embrace of ignorance. Martin Luther King Jr.’s
Dream is turning into a politically orchestrated nightmare.
But Charles D. Hayes says we can apply recent advances in
behavioral, biological, and neurological science to finally
reap the benefits of fully understanding the confusion
caused by subconscious influences so we can dramatically
reduce the ubiquity of unintentional biases.
Evolving in a
Dangerous World Made Racism Inevitable: Concerned Citizens,
Police Officers and Teachers Can Help Change - This is
Charles D. Hayes' follow-up to Blue Bias: An Ex-Cop
Turned Philosopher Examines the Learning and Resolve
Necessary to End Hidden Prejudice in Policing. In his
latest release, he shows why the culture war over race in
this country is a tragic waste of human sentiment.
Explicit racial bias in
America has exploded during the past decade, demonstrating a
resurgence of the old-fashioned kind of racial hatred.
Unfortunately, there are no clear methods for eliminating
politicized hatred. But, contrived political animosity
aside, by far the most harm still endured by minorities is
due to unconscious implicit biases—biases that form in the
subconscious and affect our day-to-day behavior without us
even realizing it.
If you care about this
subject, the argument in this book is a gamechanger. Spend a
couple of hours of reading and your perspective on race and
racism will be forever changed. You will know something
extremely important that tragically remains a mystery to
most Americans. And you can help put a stop to the ongoing
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