Dr. Frances Cress Welsing (1935 – 2016) Scholar, Psychiatrist, Lecturer, & Author

“We’re the only people on this entire planet who have been taught to sing and praise our demeanment. ‘I’m a bitch. I’m a hoe. I’m a gangster. I’m a thug. I’m a dog.’ If you can train people to demean and degrade themselves, you can oppress them forever. You can program them to kill themselves and they won’t even understand what happened,” deafening sentiments from master scholar, behavioral psychiatrist and author Frances Cress Welsing.

Dr Welsing wrote two controversial books,  “The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation and Racism,” and “The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors,” in both books examine the root of racism (white supremacy) and its ill effect on non-white people.  Dr. Welsing, whose scholarship scientifically decoded racism (white supremacy) as a reaction to white genetic survival, has almost been a singular pioneer during her early years of spreading this concept. The compilation of her theories, lectures, and written works has undoubtedly influenced and helped to shape today’s discussions about race and racism (white-supremacy).

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