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Discussion #9: WEB DuBois in Souls of Black Folk In today’s society, it is no question that prejudice and inequality remains. Despite efforts made by the government and the vast majority of people, it is difficult, if not impossible, to persuade the mind of an obstinate individual. For the past several decades, racism has been an issue in society that can never rightly be resolved. In Souls of Black Folk , WEB DuBois illustrates the struggles of black people in America, which he refers to as “The Negro Problem”. It is evident that the black race has never experienced true freedom, in spite of their never-ending search for it throughout all these years. They are forced to endure oppression and continue to live in a society where contempt and hate is prevalent but only for them. The black race often find themselves helpless, ignored, and misunderstood. Even today’s movement of “Black Lives Matter” has resulted in backlash from others. Essentially, the movement does not disregard the
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  • Fall '19
  • White people, Negro, Miscegenation

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