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Race Crazy

BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement

Published by Emancipation Books
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

The progressive left has gone Race Crazy—and they want to take America down the same path of insanity.

When did America become obsessed with racial differences? After decades of progress healing real-world prejudices and anger, we suddenly live in an America where we’re expected to view every single thing through the lens of race.

Children are taught the politics of racial resentment and fear in schools. Films, novels, and even comic books are judged by the color of their protagonists—and their adherence to the latest “woke” messaging. Corporate America has universally adopted the slogan “Black Lives Matter” in every piece of marketing, those words serving as a talisman to protect them from Twitter mobs and outraged activists. And the 1619 Project and similar pieces of academic propaganda seek to redefine and undermine the very notion of America as a unified and great nation.

Meanwhile, organized BLM advances a radical and dangerous political agenda which, if enacted, would mean the end of the American experiment as we know it. The nation faces a pivotal moment: will we reject the Race Crazies, or let them destroy us?

Charles Love is the Executive Director of Seeking Educational Excellence, host of The Charles Love Show and a scholar at 1776 Unites. His work has been featured in City Journal, the New York Post, and Real Clear Politics. His last book, We Want Equality: How the Fight for Equality Gave Way to Preference foreshadowed the racial decline we are seeing today. Charles is a regular guest on Fox News and writes and speaks frequently on race, politics, current events, and cultural issues.

“Most of us think we understand Black Lives Matter. We don’t. Charles Love has delved into Black Lives Matter and found there is much more to the group and the movement than almost any of us know. For the people BLM ostensibly serves, Love has a warning: ‘It is likely they do not know the extent to which Black Lives Matter is fighting against their interests.’ This is one of the most important books at this perilous moment in American history.” —Dennis Prager, Nationally Syndicated Radio Show Host, President of PragerU, and New York Times Bestselling Author of Several Books, Most Recently Volume Three of The Rational Bible

“Charles Love’s new book Race Crazy is a must-read to understand how truly dangerous the BLM movement and the 1619 Project are to the future of this country. Instead of offering solutions, BLM foments the fear and resentment that only exacerbate the problems facing everyday black Americans. Mr. Love offers us all a way to fight back.” —Bob Woodson, President of The Woodson Center and Founder of 1776 Unites

“Who is Black Lives Matter actually helping? What is the real impact on black Americans of the 1619 Project? Charles Love’s Race Crazy takes a deep dive into the philosophy, funding, and objectives of BLM and the impact on people of color of the thoroughly fraudulent 1619 Project. It could not come at a better time. African Americans across the nation need to squelch these anti-black and anti-American initiatives while they still have the freedom to do so.” —Larry Schweikart, Professor of History, Co-author, A Patriot’s History of the United States

Race Craziness is a problem affecting too many Americans and this book is long overdue in the discussion of racism in America. Where is that ‘honest conversation’ so many people claim to want to have? What we get instead is media-sponsored narratives followed by proclamations of racism on everything. Hard work, math, God, and black holes are but a few of the things deemed racist by the propagandists and other accusers. In Love’s book, he provides the road map to start the conversation we should be having. Race Crazy explores the perpetual cycle of name calling and misinformation and puts into context the BLM movement and the 1619 Project from a truthful perspective.” —Kevin Jackson, Host, The Kevin Jackson Show, Founder of The Black Sphere

“Charles Love separates rhetoric from reality in his new book, Race Crazy where he addresses Black Lives Matter, The 1619 Project, and the new progressive racism movement. The book is deeply researched and eloquently makes the case for American principles. As our nation is consumed by racial politics, Love offers clarity, insight, and commitment to policies that would make the country better—not drag it backward.” —Chris Rufo, Senior Fellow and Director of the initiative on critical race theory at the Manhattan Institute, and Founder of Battlefront—a center for narrative, legal, and policy warfare

“With his new book Race Crazy, Charles Love takes his place among a new wave of Black thinkers questioning the tactics, logic, and conclusions, of today’s ‘woke’ movement. The book opens by asking a very simple and important question: when exactly—at least in the modern era—did Americans become absolutely obsessed with emphasizing racial differences? Further, why would any of us expect the things he discusses, such as sorting schoolchildren by race or arguing about the exact percentage of minority superheroes in comic books, to produce a better and less conflicted society? No one could agree with every one of any author’s conclusions, but Love makes a very solid case that America would be better served by a return to trying our best for color blindness than by today’s guilty, obsessive racial bean counting. Read his book, and listen to our podcast!” —Wilfred Reilly, Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University, Author of Hate Crime Hoax and Taboo, Co-Host, Cut The Bull Podcast w/Charles Love and Shemeka Michelle

“Charles Love has written a beautiful and highly stylized work that can truly be described as death by impeccable logic and reason to BLM and The 1619 Project. This book is a brilliant tour de force that identifies and then destroys with surgical precision, the false claims made by both movements. More importantly, Charles Love has exposed the egregious harm they inflict on the moral reputation of all black Americans—the nefarious indictment they make against America as an evil country. Love sets the record straight in debunking these shibboleths and, in the process, restores grandeur and honor to America, and reminds us of the promise of hope, redemption, and prosperity she delivers to those blessed to live up to her name.” —Jason D. Hill, Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University, Author of What Do White Americans Owe Black People: Racial Justice in the Age of Post Oppression