Racism’s Acclimation: Then and Now – A Commentary on Racism’s Immortal Grip on Black Empowerment

Racism’s Acclimation: Then and Now – A Commentary on Racism’s Immortal Grip on Black Empowerment

Seemingly finite, black oppression has had a full and assorted life. The 13th amendment was introduced and an end to slavery in the U.S. was ratified, but a ninety year stretch of legalised segregation by dint of Jim Crow Law followed. Today, 2020’s socio-political climate is not dissimilar as racial discrimination has adapted and evolved into systemic abuse and institutionally shrouded brutalities.