Racial Discrimination In Uncle Tom's Children

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Racial discrimination is a vice that has existed for many decades. Although many may argue that it no longer exists, it does, and it is crippling development in the society in a great way. Following is an analysis of an excerpt from Richard Wright's Uncle Tom's Children, which was a prelude to his autobiography Black Boy (Hill 208).
Critical Response: Uncle Tom’s Children
Wright discusses the injustices done to black people and how the community continues to turn a blind eye to them, thus encouraging discrimination against the black. White people enjoy many privileges: accessing books from the library, living in classy environments, and having decent jobs (Wright 3). The black, on the other hand, are not allowed to access books