Declassification of The Willie Lynch Letter… The Psychological Enslavement of a People


PHOTO: Scars of a whipped Mississippi slave, photo taken (April 2, 1863, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. Archive national des États-Unis - National Archives and Records Administration. Original photographers: McPherson and Oliver. Part of the Blakeslee Collection, apparently collected by John Taylor of Hartford, Connecticut, USA
PHOTO: Scars of a whipped Mississippi slave, photo taken (April 2, 1863, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. Archive national des États-Unis – National Archives and Records Administration. Original photographers: McPherson and Oliver. Part of the Blakeslee Collection, apparently collected by John Taylor of Hartford, Connecticut, USA

On June 16, 2016 at 6 p.m., an open discussion titled “The Declassification of the Willie Lynch Letter: The Psychological Enslavement Of A People,” will take place at Sulfur Studios, 2301 Bull Street (across from Boyz II Men Barber Shop).

African-Americans are being gunned down and incarcerated at an alarming rate in Savannah and across the nation. Could some of the answers lie buried within our history, our psyche? Though the Willie Lynch letter has yet to be authenticated, the psychological content of the letter may provide clues to the psychological conditioning of a people.

This is more than talk; you can expect to take away from this meeting increased self and cultural awareness, and strategies to preserve humanity within our city.

This event is free. All are invited. Light refreshments served: Please RSVP to Reverend/ Pastor Matthew Southall Brown, Sr. 912-236-3173 or Discover Wholeness Counseling, LLC 912-306-5271


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