The Context of White Supremacy hosts our 5th study session on James Loewen’s classic, Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism. Loewen, a Suspected Racist, has written numerous bestselling and critically acclaimed history books that use the word “Racism.” In addition to Sundown Towns, Loewen’s Lies My Teachers Told Me, also examines the ways Whites deliberately obscure their record of terrorism. Mr. Loewen might be aware that we’re reading his book with suspicion. Last week’s installment emphasized a significant point. Whites purged black people from all regions of the United States, and that comparatively fewer of these mass expulsions happened in the south. Loewen also stresses that migrations patterns that track the movement of black people in the 20th century generally neglect intra-state Northern Purges which helps explain why black people are densely concentrated in specific locations and nearly absent in others.
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