The Book Club: Up From Slavery by Booker T. Washington with Carol Swain

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What is the key to racial reconciliation in our nation? Dr. Carol Swain joins Michael Knowles on this month’s episode of The Book Club to examine the life of Booker T. Washington, a former slave turned educator, as seen through the lens of his autobiography Up From Slavery.
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Rosefire
Rosefire 5 өдрийн өмнө
My next recommendation for the book club is "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" by Thomas C. Foster. It's a clever book that teaches you how to think, rather than what to think, when reading fiction and stories so you can mine your own gems of understanding. Symbolism, mythology, and metaphors galore.
Michael Fuller
Michael Fuller 8 өдрийн өмнө
I found an old 1960's paperback copy of "Up from Slavery"...read it twice until it literally fell apart. Bought a modern paperback, only to find it had too much modern commentary. Washington is quite able to speak for himself. I then bought an original copy... Wonderful book! Washington said, basically that there would be people in the white community who would not want to deal with the black community...BUT, if people in the black community excelled and had goods and services that other communities wanted...they would deal with the black community and would get to know them. So much good advice in this book. You may be poor...but have dignity and keep yourselves clean & keep your clothes mended. He said, "I purposed to make myself indispensable at my job (janitor at the time)...and I did." Carol is great..thanks for having her!
kalajarvi
kalajarvi 9 өдрийн өмнө
What a great movie script. Let Denzel Washington know. He would earn an Oscar for this movie. Who would be best for the general role?
Dominick
Dominick 14 өдрийн өмнө
Everyone can agree that black lives matter. That does not mean that they are required to be brainwashed by a communist hate group that hates gays and wants to dissolve every family. Everyone can enjoy the divinity, spirituality, and good luck of the hindi swastika, without being brainwashed into believing it under the perversion of a symbol that it had become as a nazi swastika. Those who forget history, will be condemned to repeat it.
silveravnt
silveravnt 14 өдрийн өмнө
After I read Up From Slavery a few years ago I had both of my young sons read it. It's a fantastic account of a person who beat every odd and then helped many others beat those odds. My favorite line is something to the effect of "Many men have said, 'The sun is so hot and the work so hard, I do believe I am called to preach.'". I believe that "calling" is still common today among every race. edit: Knowles bring this up at about 14:30
Viter F
Viter F 16 өдрийн өмнө
Recommendation next book The Last of the Mohicans
gravelman5789
gravelman5789 17 өдрийн өмнө
MNpost is running a Slick BLM ad that claims THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE WAS DESIGNED TO DISENFRANCHISE BLACK VOTERS. WOULD YOU PLEASE ADDRESS THIS?
Assorted Alias
Assorted Alias 20 өдрийн өмнө
Wow, Michael Knowles is such a smart, Yale educated man!
Crystal C
Crystal C 22 өдрийн өмнө
The book, Up From Slavery is a wonderful book. Everyone should read it. There are lessons that everyone can take away. The book is full of of heartbreak, grit, determination, kindness and love. He should be celebrated by everyone.
raygon8
raygon8 22 өдрийн өмнө
It's a great book! Towards the end he gives a speech in Atlanta before a large group of cool recepting white people. At the end of the speech 70% rose and gave vigorous applause . Intelligence conveyed wins hearts and minds
222ableVelo
222ableVelo 23 өдрийн өмнө
This is a bit like how universities, regarding economics, rarely or never use Adam Smith's "The Wealth of Nations" anymore in their classes. Instead they push Keynesian economic theories. But Adam Smith's work is much more important and substantive. I think it is downplayed on purpose among Academia.
McJcave18
McJcave18 16 өдрийн өмнө
It hurts more when they dont tlk about The Theory of Moral Sentiment
frikitiki
frikitiki 23 өдрийн өмнө
This is an old enough book that it's in the public domain. There is an organization called libribox where you can go and download an audio version of the book
Stef C
Stef C 14 өдрийн өмнө
Thank you for spreading the word. I love to recommend that site to people! I listened to Up from Slavery there, as well as Sojourner Truth's story. So many treasures on thatvsite, all for free w no signups or ads (and no ad budget, which is why I think more people don't know about it. Most of the readers are great too). Have you seen the companion loyalbooks website where the Librivox books are categorized and have listener reviews too?
metroiddad69
metroiddad69 26 өдрийн өмнө
Thanks to this episode I bought the book. As a black father I will buy for all of my children as well. Thanks PregerU and that Ms. Swain and Mr. Knowles for the discussion. I learned something new about someone I should have studied a long time ago. B.T. Washington.
Stef C
Stef C 14 өдрийн өмнө
For another historical and interesting read, The Life and Adventures of Nat Love is memorable. At one point, he was a cowboy known as Deadwood Dick, and eventually ended up as a Pullman porter so he could continue to travel the country. I don't know how old your children are, as some of the content is more PG as he had a rough and tumble life for many years. A lot of Indian conflicts also. (I'll never forget the story of how he roped and stole a cannon from a fort once.) There's a free audiobook of it on Librivox, which is how I found it.
Damian A
Damian A 26 өдрийн өмнө
No wonder the left never talks about Booker T Washington. The man busted his a_s and did truly great things through hard work, and the help both black and whites in his community and the country.
Luiz Módolo
Luiz Módolo 27 өдрийн өмнө
Nice show. Booker T. was the first black man to be received as a guest in the White House (by Theodore Roosevelt).
DJ AB
DJ AB 27 өдрийн өмнө
I’m 30 and read this book for the first time a few months ago. Eye opening like a mf.
olechka4480
olechka4480 27 өдрийн өмнө
Both Booker T and Carol Swain are such an inspiration. Where there is a will, there is a way... especially in this awesome country of ours. God bless America!
Darrell Johnson
Darrell Johnson 28 өдрийн өмнө
Let's be clear the African American divorce rate was still the highest in the nation before the great society. It was around 25% while white America was around 3%. Many grandparents of millennials were born into single family homes.
SophisticatedCharm
SophisticatedCharm 28 өдрийн өмнө
Dr. Swain is pure class, beauty, grace, and intellect 💖
Eddie L
Eddie L 28 өдрийн өмнө
My friends! My name is Eddie, I am a young Christian conservative who loves God and this country. Will you let me know what you think about my videos? Would love to hear your feedback :) God bless you all
Janet Schult
Janet Schult 28 өдрийн өмнө
I think it was Latin they wanted to learn. And it was preachers or teachers. Not politicians.
Traci Williams
Traci Williams 28 өдрийн өмнө
Loved watching this and loved watching her speak. So much knowledge, life experience and beautiful as well!
LISAMARIE LAWRENCE
LISAMARIE LAWRENCE 28 өдрийн өмнө
Carol Swain for SCOTUS
Tyler Stanley
Tyler Stanley 29 өдрийн өмнө
Up from slavery is an incredible book quite odd I learned about Booker T Washington growing up but they always stressed that he focused more on what he did for education like we learned about him with the rest of history but for some reason they never talked about him during the Black History Months
nono no
nono no 29 өдрийн өмнө
PragerU, may I recommend a book? The Possessed by Fydor Dostoevsky. It's about a couple of university-dropout anarchists who gin up an entire town to commit a violent act. I won't spoil it any further except to say that it bears an uncanny similarity to BLM, Antifa and events currently unfolding in the USA.
L M
L M Сарын өмнө
I’m Hispanic female and find his reasoning is exactly the way I’ve lived my life. I am happy, I give and receive love and have a humble home that I earned with hard work. I feel strong and independent. I imagine what I would like, work hard and stay focused not matter how many years or decades it takes I stay the course. I know how to sew, cook, build a house, lay flooring, self taught myself to read and play piano, collect and make jewelry from raw gems and minerals, landscape, smelt low temperature metals, crotchet, build furniture and anything else I want to do while having a full time job. Mr. Washington is 100% correct. I will not accept anyone’s pity however I will ask for help and offer help when needed. I feel sorry for those who can’t find their way out of their misery especially when they are being used and purposely mislead by those who gain much from those lost souls.
BearlyMHere
BearlyMHere Сарын өмнө
A "Woman of Destiny" speaking about a "Man of Destiny"...perfection.
Akseli Makkonen
Akseli Makkonen Сарын өмнө
Booker T. Washington was a real black activist, BLM, instead, is a Marxist movement.
welderman1221
welderman1221 Сарын өмнө
Brilliant person, Carol Swain !!
Clevelaw 99
Clevelaw 99 Сарын өмнө
Agreed!
Cody Johnson
Cody Johnson Сарын өмнө
If Trump could go back in time, there is no doubt, zero doubt, he would be a slave owner.
Manuel Leão
Manuel Leão Сарын өмнө
As a black-latino guy, it is on my duty as a soon-to-be American citizen that BLM doesn't represent me at all. That movement is just a Marxist-revolutionary crap. I am proud to be a conservative in the Era of "Progressist" Insanity.
Babs3353
Babs3353 Сарын өмнө
Up From Slavery audio book is on MNpost. EVERY one, young and old should read this book. The Left at the time, from the beginning of this nation, has been destroying everything the Framers intended... Including getting rid of slavery. If you understand our True history you'll see how. Look up and watch Wallbuilders History in Black and White. We have ignored the damage the Left (Democrat party) has been doing forever, and now we're paying the price. They've become so emboldened that they are now TAKING our freedoms by Force. We're letting them! The Framers warned us to stay educated, informed and engaged.....unfortunately the Democrat party is No longer like JFKs.. They are long gone. We Will lose America if they get power. You MUST NOT VOTE DEMOCRAT THIS YEAR!! Because they intend to destroy our precious hard fought for Republic. Please America, Don't vote Democrat, if you do vote DO it in person! Your children depend on you. The world depends on us. There is no where for us to go if America is lost, and there is no America for others in the world to turn to. Save yourselves.. Save America. Save the world and God bless us all.
Chet P
Chet P Сарын өмнө
I have black and white kids, and I want them all to follow Mr. Washington’s philosophy of empowerment through self-betterment. Du Bois became bitter and thought communist Russia was a nascent utopia. Small wonder academics prefer him.
Dale Johnson
Dale Johnson Сарын өмнө
I hope President Trump brings her onto his administration! She would be a great advisor.
Dale Johnson
Dale Johnson Сарын өмнө
Hey believe it or not southern schools used to teach his and GWC findings in high school to Future Farmers of America and have used his agricultural knowledge for the betterment of our farmers. We were taught this in 8th grade up until graduation. Not sure if they are still teaching it these days!
Jessica Westbrook
Jessica Westbrook Сарын өмнө
We are all created in the image of God.
Jessica Westbrook
Jessica Westbrook Сарын өмнө
Me and my family will be reading this book!
Jessica Westbrook
Jessica Westbrook Сарын өмнө
She is awesome! Love this inertview!
Mo Brown
Mo Brown Сарын өмнө
Booker T.‼️‼️‼️
_Suburban_
_Suburban_ Сарын өмнө
In a way, I appreciate W. E. B. Dubois. I think more communists should renounce their U.S. citizenship and leave the country.
Matthew Wilson
Matthew Wilson Сарын өмнө
One of the schools in my town is named Booker. T Washington 👍🏼
Robert Mungin
Robert Mungin Сарын өмнө
Read it about 40 years ago. Time to read it again.
quietlysecure
quietlysecure Сарын өмнө
Praise be and amen amen amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cynthia Clampitt
Cynthia Clampitt Сарын өмнө
Love BTW, and have for years. As for the importance of education, I think that is highlighted by the fact that the left has been undermining it for a century, though it has accelerated recently. I worked in educational publishing for 25 years, and I watched textbooks change, best illustrated by BTW being prominently featured in social studies books in the 1990s, with D.E.B. DeBois being a footnote for the teacher, to equal billing for BTW and DeBois, to BTW being the footnote for the teacher. I did succeed in recommending Up From Slavery in one teacher's guide, but that was 20 years ago, and Common Core is now in place, and nothing good will ever be taught again unless we can get rid of it.
Mikey Westside
Mikey Westside Сарын өмнө
Wow. I really learned a lot from this video. Thank you PragerU.
Throckmorton
Throckmorton Сарын өмнө
What a beautiful, courageous woman and teacher Carol Swain is!!
Pet Wifey, Voice of Reason
Pet Wifey, Voice of Reason Сарын өмнө
Thank you so much for your wonderful review of "Up From Slavery". Now, would you do The Satyricon from Petronius Arbiter? Plweese? I would love to see what y'all have to say about it.
Paul McGuire
Paul McGuire Сарын өмнө
Looked up this book online about four years ago. I was greatly challenged! I recommend it to everyone. Thank you, Professor Carol. God prosper your work, and continue to give you a voice.
JayCee Squared
JayCee Squared Сарын өмнө
In my Sociology Course, they praise WEB DeBois and talk about how he and Booker fell out of touch with each other and that it was WEB DeBois that was the one in the right and that Washington was wrong.
Charj00
Charj00 Сарын өмнө
Weird they call this book “secret knowledge”. I’ve seen this book countless times growing up (30, OH). Never picked it up but I’ll read it anyways lol
Ernie S
Ernie S Сарын өмнө
What an amazing and special woman Dr. Carol Swain is. Michael Knowles is great to take the stand he does, and to have these much needed guests on his segment of The Book Club. Booker T. Washington needs to be talked about far and wide. What an amazing man he was! The public and college institutions are trying to wipe out the real history, and what has led up to this day, and all that is going on with BLM/Antifa. God Bless Dr. Swain for her faith, strength, stand for what is right, and her willingness to say it like it is. Thank you Prager U for the great videos. People need to hear what is being said here.
Nathan Dye
Nathan Dye Сарын өмнө
Thank you so much for introducing me to Dr Swain. I just went to your podcast and subscribed. Thank you also for keeping alive the legacy and wisdom of Booker T. Washington. What an amazing example for ALL OF US to follow to live successful, meaningful lives with positive impact. Thank you for all you do. It matters and we are listening and spreading the word.
DBADaddy
DBADaddy Сарын өмнө
I was in a gifted program in 6th grade. Once a week we went to Booker T. Washington School. It was a relic of the separate but equal era, decidedly not equal. There were administrative areas in the front, one very large room with a hanging divider as a classroom, and a stage and kitchen area at the other end. I am willing to be the students who attended that school when it was built got a better education than the students in my normal school, because they had closer attention from the teachers and those teachers didn't have to put up with the politically correct crap that has only grown worse since I graduated.
Adam Brashear
Adam Brashear Сарын өмнө
W.E.B Dubois is the truth, Booker is an absolute Tom , which is why this channel loves to prop up Booker.
Random Thoughts
Random Thoughts Сарын өмнө
Facts my guy
Ganymede loves Europa
Ganymede loves Europa Сарын өмнө
I watched that movie on Netflix about Madam CJ Walker and they made Booker T Washington into an arrogant sexist and WEB Du Bois into a charismatic hero.lol Of course.
Deirdre Trammell
Deirdre Trammell Сарын өмнө
Yes I've seen that movie too. And they did make it look like he was a bad guy
Hunter McCaskill
Hunter McCaskill Сарын өмнө
"Focus on education and self development, Civil Rights will come in time" Now the Culture is destroying education and self development, hmm...
Monica Dickens
Monica Dickens 17 өдрийн өмнө
Yup
Jessica Westbrook
Jessica Westbrook Сарын өмнө
Great comment.
Pedro Henrique
Pedro Henrique Сарын өмнө
I love this show. Thank for this monthly dose of knowledge.
Nathan Ryan
Nathan Ryan Сарын өмнө
Conservatism needs to be spread in education.
Mike Floyd
Mike Floyd Сарын өмнө
I bought a 120 yr old copy of this and read it last month. Hard work and dedication is what he preached. One must strive to be an asset in the community that you live in. BTW was a great man who cared about people.
Versatile Books & Entertainment
Versatile Books & Entertainment Сарын өмнө
Courtney Graves
Courtney Graves Сарын өмнө
The Federal judge Justice Warren was a Republican. (Brown vs Bd of Education) Every Civil Rights act ruled upon and put into law was by Republicans. Lincoln was a Republican, the republicans voted in favor of all US born blacks to be full citizens in 1875. Jim Crow was a Democrat legislation voted on by Democrats I can go on. But somehow we’re racist. It’s bizarre. Sad. I bought this book, I will read this book. Hope anyone reading this does too
EventualApocalypse
EventualApocalypse Сарын өмнө
@Courtney Graves Ok for sure 😊
Courtney Graves
Courtney Graves Сарын өмнө
EventualApocalypse Storm Thurman was the ONLY Democrat that changed parties. Look it up. Look it all up. And listen to Larry Elder.
EventualApocalypse
EventualApocalypse Сарын өмнө
Hey you know um, parties switched? 😳
drewbaby1965
drewbaby1965 Сарын өмнө
this is the first time I have ever heard Carol Swain speak...she is awesome...
Lorna E
Lorna E Сарын өмнө
BLM should follow W. E.. B. Duoise example and move to Ghana or else where donde they hate America so much. I agree that we should have more students read Booker T. Washington’s book, sadly public schools don’t even have textbooks anymore, public schools are not for educating children or even encouraged to critically think. The public school system has been turned into an indoctrination mill for communist.
EventualApocalypse
EventualApocalypse Сарын өмнө
@Lorna E Ok bro 😳
Lorna E
Lorna E Сарын өмнө
EventualApocalypse I have school age children , I know what is being indoctrinated into children’s minds in public schools , so as of 2 years ago I started home schooling mine.
EventualApocalypse
EventualApocalypse Сарын өмнө
When was the last time that you were in a public school? They constantly usher people to think critically and form their own opinions.
alwaysthinkingneversleeping
alwaysthinkingneversleeping Сарын өмнө
I love how the right empowers the minority in this country. I love how they say you can. I love how opportunities are being opened up. I love how they want minorites to equally prosper or fail just like white people. I love the fact that hidden history that was whipped out by the left is being brought back out. I love how black people are not African American but Americans. I love how it's not about the color of your skin. I love the truth. It's ugly but good stories and a true history is and was there. The left has never worked. Their ideals hold minorities down. Only this much of A minority because of abortion clinics all over their neighborhods run by liberal people. I could not be a democrat. By my life I should be one. Nothing in me though says that the liberal idea helps anyone. I've never met a more racist person than a liberal. The only racist people in my family were liberal. My own brother who claims he's for the minority and a democrat treats black people horribly until he's talking for minorites. Hates the police but calls them on black people for rediculous reason. He loves black people and black lives matter until he thinks they are better than him. He marches and calls a black women an ugly black b. He marches and calls the police and a good black man..... Getting this man put in jail for his first time ever. What was it for???? Ripping up a few plants in my brothers garden. It was better than blasting my brother for good vile comments. He didn't really say what the vamdilzim was until the friend went to court. There charges were dropped. Mostly because the stuff torn up was bought by the man in jail and it was kind of rediculous in the first place. He wants open borders but threatens calling ice. He calls an educated black man not really black. He is one of those who this black is watermelon, chicken, rap music, and talking a certain way is black. Though a women who acts like he thinks black people should act......he calls her getto. Oh the mind of a leftist???? He never says you can. He always says you can't. That is the left. I've never heard of or seen him be charitable. He charity is a March where he speaks on behalf of what black people want and then acting different behind closed doors. I wonder why white people do this? Could it be that most of these white people are afraid. Could they think if they don't act a fool about their own race that the mean ole black people are going to go getto on their ass. It could be the same reason I witness white liberals talk crap about black people and then they come around and they seem fearful. Some white people change the way they talk, stand, or fictionalize their lives to seem woke. Let's appease them so they stay calm and in their place so I feel safe is what I see. It's not always white guilt iIt is sometimes white fear. The left is so hypocritical and full of brainwashed, uneducated, and closet racist. My brother is not the only one I've seen. I don't know any that raise the black person up. I don't know any that say you can. I don't know any that know or care about the good history or the things black people have done in this country. I'm taking before slave times, during slave times, and after. Most know a few names and refuse to here any of the accomplishments of black people. Why???? My sons have always know more about black history than their black friends. It makes no sense.
01Varda
01Varda Сарын өмнө
Any successful steps to fight COVID-19, including the deployment of a safe and effective vaccine or therapeutic product, will of course have a beneficial impact for all parts of UK society. These legislative changes will also ensure that businesses who may be supplying vaccines and organisations that may be administering them can have as much confidence in the nature of the legal framework they will be operating under as we can reasonably give them - while also ensuring patient safety remains central to any proposal. However, having to move quickly means having less time than we would like to consult on these proposals - indeed, we are asking for comments by the end of Friday 18 September 2020. However, even after the consultation has finished and amendments have been made, the UK government will remain open to the possibility of making further changes - very rapidly, if need be. Therefore, please do not refrain from commenting simply because the official period for receiving comments is at an end. If you have something that you want to say about these proposals, the UK government wants to hear it. 3. High-level nature of the proposals This consultation is about the changes to the UK regulatory framework for human medicines, which are being introduced to clarify the regulatory context that is relevant to mass vaccination. Decisions of detail regarding deployment will be taken in most cases by the NHS in each of the 4 nations of the UK, as they decide the best way to roll out any COVID-19 vaccination programme in each nation - as they do for their national flu vaccination programmes, and would do for any future national distribution campaign for treatments for a pandemic disease. What this consultation exercise is definitely not about is who would, or would not, be vaccinated as part of a COVID-19 or flu vaccination programme, or how the NHS in each UK nation would commission or run it. For example, just because one UK nation might want to train student nurses and doctors to administer COVID-19 vaccines or flu vaccines, that does not mean another UK nation would also want to do it. What the proposals do is give them all the option of doing so within a clear and supportive legal framework, should they want to use it. To a great extent, these proposals are enabling, essentially supporting a range of options that the NHS in each UK nation will have available to them. The decisions that will be taken centrally and apply across the whole of the UK will be the regulatory decisions which are already, as part of the devolution settlement, taken centrally - such as the conditions in relation to which products are marketed. The UK government is not seeking to change the current balance between what are treated as NHS issues and what are treated as regulatory issues, but to go with the grain of the existing system. Civil liability and immunity Any decision to roll out mass vaccination programmes for unlicensed COVID-19 vaccines, or indeed any pandemic disease treatments, will be taken nationally, not by the individual companies manufacturing or marketing the product. The current legal framework already recognises that if manufacturers or healthcare professionals are asked to supply an unlicensed medicine in response to a public health threat, it is unfair also to ask them to take responsibility for the consequences of the use of that medicine in the way that they normally would. The UK government wishes to clarify some important aspects of the legal regime relating to the civil liability of manufacturers and suppliers in this context. Who is protected from liability Article 5(3) of Directive 2001/83 requires that Member States lay down provisions so that marketing authorisation holders, manufacturers and health professionals are not subject to civil or administrative liability for any consequences resulting from the use of an unauthorised medicinal product, or from the use of a product otherwise than in accordance with its authorisation, when such use is by the licensing authority in response to (among other things) the spread of pathogens. This requirement is implemented into UK law by regulation 345. What regulation 345 does, therefore, is transpose into UK law a requirement of EU law that key actors in the medicines supply chain cannot generally be sued in the civil courts for the consequences resulting from the use of an unlicensed product, or a new use of a licensed product, that a national licensing authority is recommending in order to deal with certain specific health threats. The principle of providing immunity from civil liability derives from the Directive. Some of the critical detail, however, is left to individual EU States and countries outside the EU that are implementing this provision. Although the Directive expressly protects marketing authorisation holders whose products are recommended for use in a manner that is not covered by their authorisation, and the Directive expressly protects product manufacturers of both licensed and unlicensed products, it is silent about pharmaceutical companies whose placing on the market of an unlicensed product is authorised by the licensing authority under the Directive powers. It is however appropriate to treat the person bringing an unlicensed medicinal product to market in no worse a way than the manufacturer who is producing the product on their behalf. This would be entirely consistent with the EU law ‘equal treatment’ principle (that like circumstances should be treated alike, unless differential treatment is objectively justified), and the intention of the EU Directive provision, which is that those responsible for an approved licensed or unlicensed product being on the market as part of the response to the public health threat should be given immunity from civil liability in relation to the consequences of that use. The UK government therefore proposes to clarify the legislation by putting the pharmaceutical company responsible for placing unlicensed products on the market on the same footing as manufacturers of unlicensed products - and the same footing as marketing authorisation holders of products which the licensing authority recommends are used otherwise than in accordance with their authorisation. This will help to give companies willing to co-operate in the sort of mass vaccination programme under consideration for COVID-19, or mass distribution of treatments in other situations, some assurance that they will not be exposed inappropriately to civil liability. Extent of the protection Regulation 345 does not provide complete immunity from civil liability. As Directive 2001/83 requires, regulation 345(4) preserves the application of section 2 of the Consumer Protection Act 1987 (CPA). This means that if a product does not meet the standards set by the Part 1 of the CPA, manufacturers and marketing authorisation holders are not protected from legal action. A product is defective, for the purposes of the CPA, “…if the safety of the product is not such as persons generally are entitled to expect…”, taking all the circumstances into account. If there is an intrinsic problem with the nature of the product that renders it unsafe, the producer has to be able to show that the objective state of scientific and technical knowledge at the time it was put on the market, including the most advanced level of such knowledge, was not such as to enable that defect to be discovered. By putting the most advanced state of scientific knowledge at the time the product is made available at the heart of the protection that is offered, the CPA does not provide a warranty of performance, i.e. that the product will work or (in the case of a medicine) will not have side effects. However, issues of liability could arise under the Part 1 of CPA if, for example, a medicine was significantly less well tolerated or had significantly greater side effects than other equivalent medicines. Vaccinators who are not registered healthcare professionals It will also be apparent in what we say about workforce expansion that someone other than a registered healthcare professional may actually be administering unlicensed vaccines - and as a basic issue of fairness, we think they should benefit from the same immunity from civil liability as a registered healthcare professional who is performing the same role, if the person who is not a healthcare professional is following one of the proposed new protocols.
H0mesteader InthaHood
H0mesteader InthaHood Сарын өмнө
This book is incredible I listened to the audiobook this spring. I cried multiple times at Booker’s triumphs. What a phenomenal man!
Stef C
Stef C 14 өдрийн өмнө
Truly unforgettable. I recommend Sojourner Truth's story too. And for another memorable autobiography, the story of Nat Love, also known as Deadwood Dick. I don't remember the exact title, but a search on Librivox or loyalbooks will show both free audiobooks.
Bro. Tolliver
Bro. Tolliver Сарын өмнө
Did you know Booker wrote two biographies? Up From Slavery was specifically written to cater tothe wealthy White reader? Booker knew they'd buy it if he came across understanding and not-upset. He then use the money to fund Tuskegee where his real views would be safe.
YRRET GNORTSMRA
YRRET GNORTSMRA 15 өдрийн өмнө
Then what were his Real views then?
Yolanda Callegari Burton
Yolanda Callegari Burton 29 өдрийн өмнө
@Bro. Tolliver-What would you say were BTW’s “real views?”
Tyler Pruett
Tyler Pruett Сарын өмнө
My Irish ancestors were slaves, the Chinese were slaves, why do black people base there lives around that. It's ignorant and will get you nowhere. Ask the Irish and Asians who do well in America just trying to work and be free now. We are all free now enjoy... Might not last.
Theodore Cooper
Theodore Cooper Сарын өмнө
This is such a great topic. I knew about Booker from college or possibly from high school but I never understood why he seem to be marginalized.
Tom Osbon
Tom Osbon Сарын өмнө
Michael, you noted the problem in your opening statement. You had not read this book. That's a shame borderline unamerican. This book should be required reading for all students. Once in grade school and again in high school. This Man was a true American and Patriot. Even in post slavery America in the south he was able to achieve his dream. This is a Man that any person regardless of race, religion, creed can look up to. I'm a 66year old white man raised in the south but Mr. Washington, Dr. Thomas Sowell and Dr. Walter Williams among other Patriots who just happen to be black have been my mentors. Ms. Swain is a very Beautiful Strong woman. I could listen to her all day. Hate to mention Malcolm X in the same comments as Ms. Swain but he was right about white liberals and the responsibility of the black community. Ms. Swain is giving way too much facts, the left can't handle.
Luke Salazar
Luke Salazar Сарын өмнө
Also Jeffery Epstein didn't kill himself
Gil Pollack
Gil Pollack Сарын өмнө
The bible (in Hebrew) behind Carol is laying upsidedown (front of book facing bottom) in a disrespectful way. Please flip it over :-)
Kevin North
Kevin North Сарын өмнө
I love Carol Swain. She's so awesome.
Howie
Howie Сарын өмнө
The enthusiasm and radiance emanating from these two keeps you watching. A feel good video.
Alex James
Alex James Сарын өмнө
Talk about the actual book please ffs. This is a book club. It turns into a soapbox for you and your guest to push the same right wing narratives we always hear.
Jason Fisher
Jason Fisher Сарын өмнө
This is the book I was hoping in waiting for. I loved this book when I read.
Country Bumkin
Country Bumkin Сарын өмнө
"Skin color is not A race !!!! ARE YOU HUMAN ?? "
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot Сарын өмнө
Modern Radical Leftist: “I want to ban ALL guns for everyone” Me: “look what happened to the 18th amendment - prohibition... they banned the sale and distribution and manufacturing of all Alcoholic substances... except people didn’t listen... so there were a TON of Speakeasies making and selling alcohol secretly... - don’t you realize the same thing will happen if you ban ALL guns?” A fair argument against your local retarded and radical leftist...
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot Сарын өмнө
EventualApocalypse well said brother! Have a good day
EventualApocalypse
EventualApocalypse Сарын өмнө
@Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot I can respect ur last statement, I dont think gun ctrl needs to get any stricter I just think some of these ppl can get hypocritical real fast
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot Сарын өмнө
EventualApocalypse (also I’m not just conservative - I’m also a bit Libertarian - I want newly wed gay couples to be able to defend their weed farms with fully automatic .50 caliber machine guns 💪)
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot Сарын өмнө
EventualApocalypse it’s wrong to ban all guns and it’s also wrong to ban all abortions because what if you get pregnant and the doctor tells you that once you give birth you’re dead?! And same with guns! What if the criminal in your home has an illegally acquired firearm but the government took yours? You see where I’m coming from?
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot
Cannibal Man Cold Steel In Foot Сарын өмнө
EventualApocalypse but why compare Abortions to guns? Abortions kill more than guns do every year As a matter of fact most deaths related to guns aren’t ALL RELATED TO MURDER... Usually it’s suicide, self defense, accidents from stupid people without a lick of knowledge about gun safety and etc... You’re gonna have to argue better than that...
Emily Mower
Emily Mower Сарын өмнө
Book T. Washington was an incredible American! Such an amazing person!
C. Krystallis
C. Krystallis Сарын өмнө
I wonder if the Bookclub will pick up after Uncommon Knowledge of the Hoover Institution. Format is the same... even the opening and closing words are the same.
Texas BEAST
Texas BEAST Сарын өмнө
I am reminded of Uncle Phil from Fresh Prince of Belair, who talked about marching for civil rights and still getting passed over for legal jobs by White men. Will asked him how Phil put up with it. Uncle Phil had a gleam in his eye as he said he knew deep down in his soul that he could outwork any man long enough to reach his goals. He knew he had success up ahead on his road, so whatever bumps and detours he encountered along the way could never dissuade him. He always maintained a sense of perspective that there was more to this life than the hardships and indignities of the present, and that helped him to look past them and solidify a vision for a reality that would be infinitely better. I know this was just a silly sitcom TV show character, but it was a remarkably deep character for any silly sitcom.
Allardyce T. Merriweather
Allardyce T. Merriweather Сарын өмнө
Michael, please stop being politically correct with the ridiculous term of “African-American“ which is really insulting to people since nobody goes around calling themselves German - Irish American or French - Spanish American. Africa is not a country but a continent containing 54 countries with many millions of so-called “white” people living on it, especially in South Africa. Would you call the movie actress Charlize Theron African-American, because by your definition, she should be. Kamala Harris, has darker skin than many so-called “African Americans” doesn’t have African heritage but rather Indian and Jamaican. Please stop with the pandering language using terms like “African-American” is really insulting and I wished Dr. Swain would’ve said that to you.
Allardyce T. Merriweather
Allardyce T. Merriweather Сарын өмнө
I wonder why it’s not very well known that Booker T. Washington, along with Frederick Douglass, were both Republicans. I wonder if it’s taught very often in history classes in our public schools. Of course not.
Ali Moradi
Ali Moradi Сарын өмнө
Next video about USS Liberty ?! No ?! Ok.
Jas Cam
Jas Cam Сарын өмнө
President Teddy Roosevelt April 23, 1910 "It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat."
Dot Goodwin
Dot Goodwin Сарын өмнө
Very interesting. Carol Swain is awesome...
Boko Cafe- Stir Fry for the Mind
Boko Cafe- Stir Fry for the Mind Сарын өмнө
Everyone should read that book. It teaches you - through Washington’s struggles - how to succeed in life when the deck is stacked against you.
Stef C
Stef C 14 өдрийн өмнө
The stry of Sojourner Truth is amazing as well.
huh what
huh what Сарын өмнө
Carol seems like such a wonderful woman.
Antonio Perez
Antonio Perez Сарын өмнө
Our nation is blessed with people like Carol Swain. Pray for our nation.
Sherri Stewart
Sherri Stewart Сарын өмнө
So enjoyable! I'm old enough that I got a good education in my youth, which set me up for academic success. I remember being taught about Booker T. Washington and George Washington Carver. Listen to this. when I was in elementary school, Brea, CA had the top schools in Orange County, and OC had the top schools in the state, and California had the top schools in the nation! Oh, and btw, I had the best teacher at my grade level! So I had a good foundation! And I am still frequently grateful for it!
toluca56
toluca56 Сарын өмнө
Many cheers for Carol Swain, for being true to herself, and standing up for humanity.
Iris Gonzalez-Caulder
Iris Gonzalez-Caulder Сарын өмнө
Happy Birthday August 2, 2021 🌻Mr Dennis Prager❤ Knowles and Swain admiration and respects to you JUST in case people I'd like to speak in my behalf All men are sunflowers 🌻 Dennis Prager is in my ❤ or people could believe interpretations of people my unknown spokespeople knowing me better than I know myself THE REASON ? bcz people is and are God the Spirit knowing my life from birth Psalms 139:1-24 and what I think and feel 0:25 - But now thanks to Thinker . org " So Carol you suggested this book, I had never read it bcz when I was in school I was told the leaders of African American community Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson
Diana Gero
Diana Gero Сарын өмнө
Very good interview!! 👏👏👏👏❤🇺🇸❤ ** I plan to check out the book, too. 😊
SuzyQ
SuzyQ Сарын өмнө
I read this with my two sons as part of our US Hist homeschool curriculum. It is a fascinating book. His rules for self-improvement and self-reliance are indeed principles that could help any person in any age.
KRAZe4KiCKS
KRAZe4KiCKS Сарын өмнө
I’ll definitely have to read that thanks
Roger Riggins
Roger Riggins Сарын өмнө
Isn't carol just the best. Merit and hard work
CandyMan Dan
CandyMan Dan Сарын өмнө
BLM?.. A racist organization. Pretending to be oppressed.
Cole Dedhand
Cole Dedhand Сарын өмнө
If hard work and self-reliance are white values, does that make laziness and dependency black values? Tell me again who is the racist...
Joshy Boy
Joshy Boy Сарын өмнө
Booker T. Washington basically said "What good are given tools if you don't know how to use them?" when it came to education.
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