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Jaime Carlo-Casellas, Ph.D.’s and Philip Drucker’s Book on Racism and Anthropology will be displayed at the 2023 LibLearnX

“Race Does Not Exist: We All Descend from the Same Maternal Lineage” details how humanity can shape a more sympathetic majority.

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ReadersMagnet will feature Jaime Carlo-Casellas, Ph.D.’s and Phil Drucker’s book at the 2023 LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience (LLX) this coming January 27 to 30, 2023.

ReadersMagnet will present the anthropology book by Jaime Carlo-Casellas, Ph.D. and Philip Drucker, Esq. at the 2023 LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience (LLX) from January 27-30, 2023. LibLearn X 2023 will occur at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. It will feature various activities on the libraries’ future and their communities. “Race Does Not Exist: We All Descend from the Same Maternal Lineage” by Jaime Carlo-Casellas, Ph.D., explores the idea that human misery will endure as long as superiority exists.

The book encourages its readers to acknowledge altruism. It reiterates Jaime’s belief that until humanity cognitively understands what it is to be grateful for their well-being and to be happy, or until they wonder why they routinely cause sadness to each other, their shared experience is without purpose or worthless of inquiry. It also touches on the essence of practicing mindfulness as a tool for people to gain many advantages, including improving one’s brain function. In addition, it supports the idea that mindfulness can help cultivate loving-kindness toward others and manage emotional trauma, abuse, and addictive behavior.

Their book unequivocally demonstrates that, like many snowmen, the majority of humanity’s lineage can be composed of ocean water, purified water, carrots, coal, and, occasionally, even a little toilet water. Through its logical, scientific, and sociological evidence, “Race Does Not Exist: We All Descend from the Same Maternal Lineage” ultimately reminds its readers to improve their lives by building a benevolent majority anchored in loving-kindness. Philip Drucker, Esq. Ret. co-authors the book. Those who have read the book consider it a must-read for the younger generation to avoid racial prejudice in the future.

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Race Does Not Exist: We all Descend From the Same Maternal Lineage
Author | Jaime Carlo-Casellas Ph.D.
Genre | Racism, Anthropology
Publisher | Newman Springs Publishing
Published date | September 30, 2022

Jaime Carlo-Casellas Ph.D.’s mission is to help those whose life is hindered by stress-related disorders and inspire them to sketch out the blueprint for reaching the life they deserve. Jaime holds a doctorate in Experimental Immunopathology. He is a certified life coach, mindfulness instructor, consultant, and registered yoga instructor and has undergone training in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy. During the Vietnam Conflict, he served as a medical service corps officer in the United States Navy. Jaime is the founding director of the Stress Management & Prevention Center, LLC, in Cathedral City, California.

As a prolific writer, Jaime’s publications appear in LA Yoga Magazine, Healthy Times Newspaper, Health and Fitness, and Desert Health News. Jaime’s books address the notion that human suffering will always persist as long as superiority subsists.

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