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White SupremacyTitle: White SupremacyName:Date:1
White SupremacyIntroductionEver since the creation of America and her independence, there have been many risesand falls in her history. There has been a multitude of wars, domestic wars, civil rightsmovements, a plethora of incidents where white Americans tried to curb the basicrights of black Americans. This menace of racial prejudice deteriorated the democraticand pluralist image of America. The book Mothers of Massive Resistance has shedlight on the supremacist movement of white women that enforced the idea of blacksegregation. These white supremacist women censored books and also curbed the ideaof inclusivity and pluralism[ CITATION Lis19 \l 1033 ]. So, the idea of blacksupremacy could be propagated. Additionally, this resistance movement by whitesupremacist women protected the Jim Crow law and other segregationist ideas. It isalso worth noting that this white segregationist movement was active even before JimCrow laws. This book moreover has elaborated on the efforts of women to maintainwhite supremacy at the domestic level. Moreover, it is the same racial prejudice,which was the main cause of African slavery and a widespread hatred against peopleof color[ CITATION MER15 \l 1033 ]. So, one must go into the basis of racialprejudice and the subsequent elements of white supremacy. According to such people,white color is somewhat a superior creed and people of white color are the superiornation. On the other hand, people any other than white colors are inferior and second-class citizens. Apart from that, there was a multitude of assassination attempts andterrorist attacks on black people in 1921. One of these terrorist attacks was carried inTusla, Oklahoma, which was known to be the Wall Street or economic hub of blackpeople. These were the black people who became wealthy from oil reserves.However, despite their wealth, they were not given due to social rights and an equallifestyle. A mob of white supremacists burnt many business spots of black people and2
White Supremacythis dark history of racial violence still haunts black people living in America.Therefore, based on this superiority complex, these people think that people of othercolors must be segregated from white communities. Similarly, the black separationwas enforced in conveyance services. There was an isolated cabin for black people inbuses and they were not permitted to sit on seats of whites. Many events happened inthe history where blacks resisted this prejudiced policy of the American government.Also, a Black woman Rosa Park initiated this resistance movement, when she wasasked to vacate her seat because a white man needed to sit there, but she refused to doso. All these horrific acts of white supremacists obliterated black Wall Street andkilled a swamp of black people, and this would remain as one of the darkest times ofAmerican History. All in all, this paper would discuss some of the events that were