Best Seller: 'Why Black Lives Matter' explains how to solve racism

By Staff

July 6, 2015, 11 a.m. - Talk host and journalist Rob Redding today released a "controversial" new best-selling book explaining how to possibly end police brutality and racism.
Redding uses his new book "Why Black Lives Matter: Borigination explains how to get police and whites to treat blacks like people" to introduce a theory recognizing black people as the "soul-center" of society as a means to help whites grasp the value of the black lives being lost in the street at the hands of police officers and white racists.
"Many people say that black lives matter, but this statement is something that some police and whites are not ready to fully validate and a focus on Borigination changes that," Redding said.
The University of Connecticut's Dr. Lewis Gordon, who wrote the book's foreword, lauds Redding's new theory.

"Redding’s theory of Borigination is a demand to take heed of the irreplaceability and gravity of such in our times, for which we have the onus of considering in a world where time itself is, proverbially, running out," Gordon says.

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The book was released to Redding's talk show and Web site subscribers on late Friday afternoon and quickly became the No. 2 "Best Seller" on in "Philosophy Criticism" and No. 1 in two separate "Hot New Releases" categories on the site early on July 4th. The book is officially available via today.

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In addition to his new theory, the book looks at multiple other theories and new trends that he argues are behind continuing discrimination. The book also chronicles many of the most controversial police brutality cases and even deals with black-on-black crime.

Redding is the host of the popular talk show Redding News Review Unrestricted. The show has subscribers in 24 states. He is also the editor and publisher of the web's oldest destination for news about blacks He has written six consecutive best sellers.



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