FRANCES CRESS WELSING PDF

Welsing, who was the child of physician Henry Cress and teacher Ida Mae Griffen, grew up the middle of three daughters. After earning her M. Welsing spent nearly twenty-five years working as a staff physician for D. Welsing opened her own private practice in D. Through her published works and her research, Welsing sought to help bring about a solution to the mental health problems of the black community by understanding racism. In the controversial essay, Welsing argued that the drive for white supremacy and superiority stems from a pervasive feeling of inadequacy and inferiority.

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Welsing, who was the child of physician Henry Cress and teacher Ida Mae Griffen, grew up the middle of three daughters. After earning her M. Welsing spent nearly twenty-five years working as a staff physician for D.

Welsing opened her own private practice in D. Through her published works and her research, Welsing sought to help bring about a solution to the mental health problems of the black community by understanding racism. In the controversial essay, Welsing argued that the drive for white supremacy and superiority stems from a pervasive feeling of inadequacy and inferiority. In short, white people in America could not cohabit peacefully with their black peers, according to Welsing, because of a deep-seated jealousy of people with melanin and their embrace of racial supremacy to accommodate these feelings.

The essay was controversial and, according to Welsing, prevented her from not only gaining tenure at Howard but in fact losing her teaching post. In Welsing published her most famous work, a collection of essays titled The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors, which discussed in depth the issues of white supremacy and racism in the United States. In The Isis Papers, Welsing delved deeper into her theories of melanin deficiency among whites as the driver of racism, white supremacy, and white segregation.

In the process of psychoanalyzing white racism, Welsing also discussed the importance of recognizing racial behaviors and symbols among blacks that were psychologically damaging and which needed to be countered and destroyed. She listed among those behaviors, homosexuality, which she claimed was a strategy for destroying black people.

Aside from her published racial and social theories, Welsing was an advocate for a strong African American family unit. She advised black men and women to delay having children until their thirties and instead take the time to thoroughly educate themselves so as to rear the next generation of high-functioning and disciplined black Americans who could challenge white supremacy.

Frances Cress Welsing died in Washington, D. She was eighty years old.

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Her father, Dr. Henry N. Cress, was a physician, and her mother, Ida Mae Griffen, was a teacher. In , she earned a B. In the s, Welsing moved to Washington, D.

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In order to rid the world of racism, it must be confronted and dealt with appropriately. If we are ever to see a world without racism then we must understand it, then annihilate it. What is Racism? Neely Fully Jr. Racism, in the form of White Supremacy is the greatest motivating force by people that exists among the people of the known universe. Every person in the known Universe is either practicing White Supremacy, or he or she is compelled at all times, to react to those person who are practicing it.

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