The issue of racism in our society has declined in recent years, but in the past it has been one of the most embarrassing episodes in U.S. history. There is only one way to show the situation that existed in the 1950?s and 1960?s and John Griffin does a great job of proving this. In the novel, Black Like Me, a white journalist disguises himself as a black and travels through the south in
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terrorize the Negroes. He is upset that innocent Negro children have to pay the price for his actions.
In the novel, Black Like Me, by John Griffin, the effects of national racism are shown through an experiment. It recounts the experience of growing up in the segregated and discriminatory atmosphere of the North in the 1950?s and 1960?s. The truth is startling, but people have to come to the realization that it was no joke.