An American Tragedy
Chapter Eighteen: The Black Male Defiled: Whose Fault Is It? Critical Historical Analysis on Black Male Subjecthood
The Black Male Defiled: Whose Fault Is It?
Critical Historical Analysis on Black Male Subjecthood
ANTONIO D. TILLIS
I’m not exactly sure when I realized that black males are special, that the world sets us apart from normal humanity, that we evoke, in not quite equal measure, inescapable feelings of envy and loathing. It dawned, I’m sure, like most great truths—in barely perceptible stages, tangled up inextricably in the mundane puzzles and preoccupations of life.
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