Breaking the cycle

Breaking the Cycle


breaking the cycle, by Charlie Alice Raya

Pages: 40 pages, 8k
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While writing book 2, the topic of racism kept knocking on my door, and it kept finding ways into the story.

The extracts of this collection focus on the racism which is handed down from generation to generation.

The main piece, Breaking the Cycle, is a movie (so far only in the story), and it is retold by Jack Harris, a famous actor.

Jack Harris is one of the main characters in the book series, and he splits his time between the town project and his movie career.

Some of his movies are just mentioned in the story, some are watched and, in the case of Breaking the Cycle, Jack tells Alice the story, and he gives her some insights into the making of the movie.

The additional pieces, I am Walter Kunze, How could a whole country have turned into Nazis, Alice flares up and White Africans add thoughts about the guilt of white western European ancestors.

The quotes from the Berlin chapter give this collection a fitting frame.

Contents


  • Foreword
  • What you need to know beforehand

  • I am Walter Kunze, Buenos Aires
  • How could a whole country have turned into Nazis? (extended)

Breaking the Cycle, South Africa

  • A few days earlier
  • Before Jack tells the story
  • Breaking the Cycle

  • Alice flares up, South Africa
  • White Africans, South Africa
  • A joke school, Berlin

Kenny had an argument about racism with two new recruits for the dot.workshop. Apparently they were dismissive about migrants. And I’m just about to flare up when Kenny says, it doesn’t help to get angry. You don’t heal a decease by shouting at it or by punching it. You heal it by finding out what causes the disease.

book 2/2, travelling, Berlin

Breaking the Cycle
Blane’s family tree

His mother’s side


breaking the cycle, story within the easy town story, by Charlie Alice Raya, Blane's family tree

Blane’s family tree

His father’s side


breaking the cycle, story within the easy town story, by Charlie Alice Raya, Blane's family tree