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Black Like Me by John Griffin
All men are created equal... or are they? John Griffin's 'Black Like Me' shows how
racism is nothing more then the foolish misunderstanding of man. White's current superiority
hangs in the balance as Blacks become tired of being the minority, in the late 1950's. Even though
this struggle isn't as dreadful as it was then, it still exists. The certainty of racism can't be ignored
but it will soon disappear as generations mix. Racial discrepancies challenge the unity of human
John Griffin had a biting curiosity which he could no longer stand. What was life truly
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