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The Key to Solving the Ebola Crisis: Behaving Symptomatically is the Key

Edgar J. Ridley ©2014  It is generally asserted that Africans’ superstitious thought processes and behavior patterns make it difficult for many diseases to be controlled. However, the Ebola crisis presents a special danger because of its potential high mortality rate … Continue reading

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CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN THE 21st CENTURY

Edgar J. Ridley © 2014   We should be careful not to ignore the symptoms that these conflicts provide – only then can we eradicate symbolic behavior from our existence.   Nigeria’s current ethnic/religious tensions are symptomatic of the conflicts … Continue reading

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WHITE AMERICA IS IN A PERMANENT STATE OF DENIAL

Edgar J. Ridley © 2015 Racism is a disease of white people.  I do not intend to be quiet about it. Albert Einstein at Lincoln University, May 3, 1946  [i] In things racial we have always been and continue to … Continue reading

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