An American Tragedy
Edited By Emmanuel Harris II and Antonio D. Tillis
Chapter Thirteen: Killing for Inclusion: Racial Violence and Assimilation Into the Whiteness Gang
Killing for Inclusion: Racial Violence and Assimilation Into the Whiteness Gang
LOUIS L. WOODS II
For segregation has worked brilliantly…in the nation, to this extent: it has allowed white people, with scarcely any pangs of consciousness whatever, to create, in every generation, only the Negro they wished to see.1
JAMES BALDWIN, 1958
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