Is yoga an end result or a process? What are three different ways to achieve yoga?
Outline the process of meditation that Krishna reveals to Arjuna as a course for achieving yoga.
Numerous African Americans support the Democratic party and believe that Conservatives are racist and propagate the racial strife apparent in society today. However, Hinton shows us that the mass incarceration actually started during a Liberal administration. —— As stated earlier, the line of inquiry in this paper aims to explore blackness in relation to American cultural hegemony by considering the dynamics of racial socialization and representation in the United States, and to analyze the way this has contributed to the systematic devaluation of black lives. The books highlighted above each make unique contributions and provide insight and context on this subject. A common factor in the three books is the representation of black people. McGuire’s book points to the fact that black men were given a permanent label in the South as“black beast rapists” who were constantly trying to to have sexual relations with white women. Even civil rights activists were accused of fighting for “freedom” primarily because they wanted to intermarry with white women, and were often shut down and given the same label (p. 219). The same was the case in Democracy Abroad, Lynching at Home. Bradley Hobbs highlights the fact that nearly all lynchings that took place in the South involved some form of sexual accusation and had this notion at its foundation, even though these accusations were almost always false. This was seen in the case of Jesse Payne, who had an altercation with his landlord but ended up almost paying for it with his life after the same narrative was wielded by his landlord to inspire blood lust in fellow men with similar ideologies (p. 162). As Hobbs aptly put it, these “white men who would carry out lynching lived in a constant fear of their own creation.” This construction of a beast rapist was used by the white perpetrators to justify murder, and the justice system often turned a blind eye to these events. However, in From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime, the narrative surrounding black men had evolved from that of the beast rapist to that of the uncontrollably violent criminal. Black pathology became the new order of the day as ignorance became backed with scientific “findings” which confirmed the inferiority of the black race and their natural disposition to violence. White Supremacy and the structural causes of the state of black families were overlooked and this new construction which was more familiar and suited white people’s assumptions of the black race was quickly accepted. According to Hinton, even the figures presented to highlight crime rates in the country were highly flawed for a number of reasons including the representation of names of black people who had been initially arrested but not indicted (p.35). This led to the over representation of black people on criminal records and ultimately to the creation of further policies and programs detrimental to this group. In addition to the black beast rapist narrative associated with black men, black women also had their own burden to bear as they had to live with the hypersex>GET ANSWER