Black artists portraits what is it like to be a black person in 1960’s. His illustrations shows the mentality of white people and its discriminating action.
They have faced a lot of problems from the beginning furthermore still treated as minorities. They have not got any rights or respect in the society.
Source says, “As a ‘BLACK’ white collar worker having willingly and conscientiously taken an active part in America’s leading social pre-occupation… An experiment called ‘Integration’ … I feel compelled to assess my total experience on discrimination, and perhaps the experiences of other Blacks by saying…. ‘INTEGRATION IS A B*TCH’’.
Here are the pictures by the artist which is moreover so true to be real.
#1. Cheering for your own mate.
#2. Dinner time with my people.
#3. No appreciation.
#4. Yeah, you can’t see me now.
#5. Categorization done well.
#6. Treat them as a worker (inferior).
#7. Time of appraisal, refusal.
#8. Same old story.
#9. Discrimination problem? Mr. Brown? WHY???
#10. Even dogs can distinguish.
#10. Hire black people please!
#11. Yes, we know our whole race.
#12. Blaming everyone.
#13. Not every black person is a criminal.
#14. Yes, no seats available.
#16. Media bundle.
#17. Some serious problem.
#17. It does not look like overtaking.
#18. Treating well.
#19. Never call a black guy by any of these names.
#20. Saying HELLO!
#21. Getting a job for being colored.
#22. Dealing with police.
Source : RearFront