My first author is Jerome ump. Bump believes that racism is an form of emotion. As if you’re happy, sad, cheerful, you can feel racist. He states “that is unfortunate especially because emotions often generate more energy for reform of race, class, and gender inequities than abstractions.” I would never think that someone would feel racist.
My next author is Kim Crosby. Crosby thinks that racism is surrounding us even today. She gave examples of how famous African American superstars are judged. “All of us, we are affected deeply by everything around us in the media to the underrepresentation of others.” If you’re successful it shouldn’t ...view middle of the document...
Really people can hate on you for the littlest thing.
Mary smith is my fifth author. Smith’s theory is she believes that the white man started all the madness; smith says “It’s not just Pecola who brings about this reaction, for each time white people come into contact with the blackness.”
Lucky number seven is Ammanda Gag. Gag says blacks always been labeled as outsiders. Here’s an example “Characters who are members of the black community are forced to accept their status as the others or outsiders. This has been imposed on them by the white community.” I just wish the world could wake up!
Xu Shasha is a foregin author. Shasha just comes out and says the book is about racism in their times. “Toni Morrison’s first novel “the bluest eye” is a novel about racism, yet there are relatively few instances of the direct oppression.
Another author is Jaclynja Yo my eighth author. Yo says the book is the theme of America today is the book. “Toni Morrison’s novel the bluest eye deals with the jaded theme of racism today in America. Sad to say it’s not as bad but it’s still going on today, racism.
Chole Wofford is my second to last author. Wofford talks about the struggle of black girls getting imposed by middle class white girls. “ Morrison’s first novel , “the bluest eye”, examines the tragic effects of imposing white , middle class American ideas of beauty on the developing female identity of a young African American girls during the early 1940s.
My last author is Nick Davies. “In the bluest eye, the opening excerpt from the Dick and Jane primer juxtaposed with the experiences of African American characters immediately sets the tone for Morrison’s examination of a young black girls growing self-hatred.”
We are all human made with the same part so why segregate.