Carl Nelson talking live to Neely Fuller jr on Dr Frances Cress Welsing on 4 January 2016 on the best way to remember and honor Dr Welsing.



Mr. Neely Fuller, Jr. was born on October 6, 1929 at the height of the Great Depression. He served in two branches of the Armed Forces. He served in the Army during the Korean War Conflict for his first term. For his second term, he served in the Air force during the Little Rock 9 era where 9 black youths went to an all white high school during desegregation.

During this time, he wrote the first six pages of his book which grew to 1,300 pages, which he carried around in a suitcase. When Mr. Fuller, Jr. left the military in 1984, he organized the pages into a more comprehensive form by placing them in note binders. These “notes” evolved into a ground-breaking analysis of the system of white supremacy called THE UNITED INDEPENDENT COMPENSATORY CODE/SYSTEM/CONCEPTS: a textbook/workbook for thought, speech, and/or action for victims of racism (white supremacy).

In 2010, Mr. Fuller, Jr. expanded his concept to explain our modern-day use of words in his second book, “A Compensatory Counter-Racist Codified Word Guide.”

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing Dead at 80