I was born and raised in a small segregated Texas town that had white only signs on the primary institution of justice, the County Court House. During my youth, in this apartheid state and city, every segment of society was segregated. Contrary to popular belief, as far as African-American/Black people are concerned, America has never achieved REAL integration.
The concept of integration is a perception and deception of reality that Americans have lived with since the Supreme Court’s 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling. I don’t believe that the dominant population ever intended to establish an integrated society. The following are standard dictionary definitions of integration: Continue reading Integration, America’s Greatest Misnomer