Gerald S. Nordé

Title: White Slave Owners Breeding and Selectively Breeding Themselves with Their Black Female Slaves and Girls

Author: Gerald S. Nordé, Ph.D., sociologist
Release Date: January, 2014

Dr. Norde is the first Black American ever to graduate with a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Delaware and he accomplished being the author of the first ever Ph.D. dissertation submitted to the University of Delaware, 1985. He holds a M.S.Ed., Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Ill. and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. He is the father of four children and the grandfather of four, His hobbies are fishing, baiting, bridge and pinochle, hand-dancing and writing.

What was the impetus for writing this book?
The little girls born in this country, who never learned how to laugh.

What’s the overall theme?
White, Black, Negro, and Colored Americans in and from the South have the same and identical family heritage and ancestry beginning with the South white slave owners and their two and more sets of children and families with their black female slaves and colored girls in addition to their two and more sets of children and families with their white women and girls.

What surprised you about the development of the book?
It was the resistance from Black, Negro, Colored national organization and associations concerning the book’s conclusions.

For what audience is your book written?
This book is a scholarly book, monograph, but I’ve gone to great effort to write the book for a general audience, especially for Black, Negro and Colored Americans.

What one thing do you most want the reader to learn?
That Black, White, Negro and Colored Americans in and from the South, along with the South’s “southern culture” of patriarch and patrilineality, are all descendants of the South white slave owners and none of the slave owners were Africans or descendants of African slaves.

What one thing do you want the reader to remember?
Science supports the contention that Black, Negro, and White American have the same ancestry and heritage; just their skin colors are different, just their skin colors.

What did you learn during the writing process?
I learned how soothing writing can be to me.

Any advice for aspiring writers?
My advice is for them to know their subject matter.