Using The Constitution Counter Racsim At Work Neely Fuller
Don’t bring up race on the job if you are a non-white person.
Focus on making your primary objective to place the choice, every chance you get, in front of people to produce justice or be held accountable for not producing justice.
One of the tools that can be used to do this is the United States Constitution. I make it a point to ask if what I am being asked to do is in accordance with and in support of the due process clauses (5th and 14th Amendments) of the United States Constitution. Or if I suspect information is being withheld from me in terms of problem solving, or if I suspect I’m being mistreated at any time and/or in any place.
If race is brought up, the white people know how to steer that conversation into a discrimination case or something of the sort. No person has ever, to my knowledge, been convicted of practicing racism (white supremacy) and for a very practical reason. Once a white person is convicted of practicing white supremacy (racism) there is criteria that goes along with that. Once there is criteria, any non-white person can use that criteria for suing any white person that demonstrates any speech and/or action associated with that criteria. The racists (white supremacists) cannot allow that to happen. If this happens the non-white people will either become a controlling force in terms of capital, very fast, or white people will have to use direct violence against the non-white people.
This is a short interlude from the Mr.Myagi Meets Bigfoot Mackzilla album by Donnie McFly and Father Jah available now on iTunes. It features audio from Neely Fuller Jr., author of The United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept: A Textbook/Workbook for Thought, Speech, and/or Action for Victims of Racism (White Supremacy).