Neither the presence of black people in predominantly white spaces nor the appropriation of black culture are indicators of racial justice. Power structures must be integrated even more so than subdivisions, classrooms, breakrooms, church pews, and pop culture. This thesis will explore the absence of African-American leadership from the highest ranks of our power structures that are central to contemporary life and the dynamics within each of these power structures that help to protect white supremacy and therefore maintain segregation.
Graduate Liberal Studies
Humanities, Humanities, History
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Lane, Billy, "Racial Integration and White Supremacy in America: Can America Integrate its Power Structures and Liberate Them From White Supremacy" (2018). Graduate Liberal Studies Theses and Dissertations. 2.