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Hi! My Name is Loco and I am a Racist by Baye McNeilBorn to Love — Taught to Loathe
In this powerful and controversial debut book, author Baye McNeil (a.k.a. Loco of the influential blog Loco in Yokohama) vividly illustrates with unflinching introspection and candor, the birth and evolution of a racist, and in doing so makes the persuasive argument that the only way to cure this social virus is by first acknowledging and engaging one’s own racism.
Loco takes us on a scintillating journey from the streets of Brooklyn, where a child’s first playground was the frontlines of the Black Nationalist Movement of the seventies, to a period of black militancy, military service, interracial romance and corporate bigotry in the eighties and nineties. Following the traumatic events of 9/11/2001, Loco relocates to Japan where he learns that old adage -— you can’t hide from yourself -— the hard way. He finds the woman he was made to love; only she’s a member of a race he has come to loathe. In the name of this love, Loco confronts this dark stowaway with deep roots even as the world is literally falling apart around him, in the form of the Tohoku disaster of 3/11/2011.
A book that is both a memoir and an impassioned call to arms, Hi! My Name is Loco and I am a Racist tells us in no uncertain terms that while racism continues to be demonized as a dark aberration that only “evil people,” ignorant fools, or people lacking compassion and common decency are subject to, then it will remain at large – hiding in plain sight, in our schools, offices, carpools, living rooms...and sometimes even in the mirror.
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by Helen Mallicoat I was regretting the past And fearing the future. Suddenly my Lord was speaking: “My name is I Am.” He paused. I waited. He continued.
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Its context is the encounter of the burning bush Exodus : Moses asks what he is to say to the Israelites when they ask what God ['Elohiym] has sent him to them, and  replies, "I am who I am", adding, "Say this to the people of Israel, 'I am has sent me to you. The passage raises a number of issues beyond its linguistic and theological meaning. It is, for example, somewhat remarkable that despite this exchange the Israelites never ask Moses for the name of God ['Elohiym]. Moses says: May I say who sent me? He asks for God's ['Elohiym's] name. The Israelites will want to know who has sent me, and God ['Elohiym] replies with a sentence, "Ehyeh asher ehyeh.