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In Toni Morrisons Sula the setting is taken place in the years 1920s to 1940s where racism and segregation were major issues in the southern part of the United States It was a difficult predicament for both sides Negros and the Caucasians but mostly for the African Americans due to the fact of their race is being contradicted and categorized as less than African Americans has dealt with hatred from many around the world because theyre not like everyone else depending on where they are The topic this will be based on is the struggle to survive in an environment of adversity At some point of time everyone eventually will experience some type of racist encounter at some of time Others show hatred so that they can feel higher than the next People who suffer from racism and discrimination go through a lot of hatred from many typically the blacks Nel was the color of wet sandpaper just dark enough to escape the blows of the pitch-black true-bloods and the contempt of old women who worried about such things as bad blood mixtures and knew that the origins of a mule and a mulatto were one and the same 19229 after many years Jude finally realized and found in foolish to ever trust a Caucasian man Hey Jude What you know good White man running it nothing good 1937171-8172This shows us how years of racism can alter someones worldview Not even death could end to racism Sula has been buried in a segregated grave in the cemetery and even then the racism of the world lives on Just over there was the colored part of the cemetery She went in Sula was buried there 196559 Victims of racism are being discriminated and with the Caucasians and the Negros being divided struggle to survive in an environment of adversity Humanity has a way of turning on itself seeming foolish in a way that
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