Both sites seemed to touch on the same thing. The power of words. I have long ago put a leash on my tongue and a caution at the tap of my fingers on the keys. It is so easy to either sway someone to your beliefs or lose the followers you have gained.
When penning Beads on a String- America's Racially Intertwined Biographical History the thing that stood out the most was how easy the use of mere words set the fate and labeling of the races in America and how later the author of the thesis paper regretted his words, but could not change them or the actions they caused. The full study can be read in Beads in a String-America's Racially Intertwined Biographical History.
The concept of race was developed and established by a study and thesis paper that was written by JFLOWTEXTLINK ,WEB,HTTP:////en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Friedrich_Blumenbach,,ohann Friedrich Blumenbach. born May 11, 1752 was a German physiologist and anthropologist. His thesis paper written about the difference in people and titled On the Natural Varieties of Mankind was considered one of the most influential papers of his time and basically established the way different races are seen in the world today. Blumenbach's theory was based on his study of 60 human skulls. With these skulls Blumenbach divided humans into five races, Caucasian (white), Mongolian (yellow), Malayan (brown), Ethiopian (black), and American (red).