R.I.P. Francis Cress Welsing


From NewsOne:

Frances Cress Welsing, the Black author and psychiatrist whose 1991 work The Isis Papers; The Keys to the Colors introduced the world to the “melanin theory” and the “neuroses” of white supremacy, has died.

She was 80-years-old.

Welsing, a Chicago native and graduate of Howard University‘s College of Medicine, often explored the origins of White supremacy in her works, arguing that White people developed an aggressive manifestation to dominate society due to a biological mutation. Her research, while controversial, focused on White racism while offering the theory of Black superiority based on heightened levels of melanin.

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6 thoughts on “R.I.P. Francis Cress Welsing

  1. R.I.P. Ms. Welsing! I read her book “The Isis Papers” almost twenty years ago. The information contained therein had me damn near hypnotized. I couldn’t put the book down. Even today, no one has attempted to defeat her theories.

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