by Tom Burrell
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Discusses the subversive perpetuation of inferiority among African Americans, explaning how history and popular culture promotes this myth, and calls for action within the black community to reject self-hatred and media distortions.
March 18, 2010 Ad man Tom Burrell calls out negative images of African Americans in the media for perpetuating the myth of black inferiority. In Brainwashed, he examines the history of the myth and how contemporary culture reinforces it.
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