Analysis Of Ebony Magazine On Racial Ideals And Changes That Occur Throughout The United States

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Since the birth of the nation powerful whites have shaped the ideas on race that produced a larger system of white supremacy. They are the titans that dominate social, economical, and political ventures, that negatively affect people of “color”. Ebony magazine helps grasp the progression of race relations in American history. It demonstrates the slow evolution on racial ideals and changes that occur throughout the United States. Human society has been highly diverse and is the premise of white supremacy ideas. From the beginning the people of color were living under a white supremacist system. “ One nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” (Ebony, June/1970) This statement is a stamp of independence but the term justice for all is redundant and not applicable to people of color. This stems from the idea that only the white man is entitled to liberty, only he would be able to pursue happiness.” The founding fathers not only did not consider the black men as humans, they did not even allow them the same creator.”(Ebony, June/1970) The supremacy dehumanized the black man oppressing their civil rights. These are prime examples of white supremacist ideals, that they are superior to all other races and should dominate all aspects of society. A article in Ebony Magazine titled “The Dilemma of Thomas Jefferson” by Carlye C. Douglas analysis Thomas Jefferson as a victim towards his own contradictions. “I consider a woman who brings a child every two years

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