Virtually all whites in the South, including New Orleanians, were absolutely convinced that the mass of Negroes were innately inferior mentally and morally to most whites, and were perhaps even more certain that wherever two disparate races occupied the same soil one race must rule the other.
—William Ivy Hair, Carnival of Fury
Imagine that it is one century from now. It is a more civilized age and a time of great reflection among the black diasporas of the world. (more…)