"Critical" essay on racism in The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Includes other various examples in relation.
On March 25, 1931 in Scottsboro, Alabama, nine African
American boys were arrested and charged for gang-raping two
white girls on a train. Even though they were innocent, and
one of the girls admitted that the conviction was false,
eight of the boys were sentenced to death, and one of them
was given life imprisonment. The racial discrimination that
took place in Alabama with the Scottsboro boys and their
trial was very similar to the discrimination in the setting
of the novel, The Color Purple by Alice Walker, in Georgia.
<Tab/>The Color Purple is set in Georgia duri…
- "Critical" essay on racism in The Color Purple by Alice Walker. Includes other various examples in relation.
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