Black Guy Illustrates What It’s Like To Be Only Black Person In An Office In 1960s

Let’s go back to the past.

To be specific, let’s go back to the ’60s. I think we are all aware of how people of colour were treated back then. And while it is true that we have made strides in that department, it is still not at all enough. You might think this comic doesn’t apply to the current world anymore, but you would be 100% wrong on that.

While this level of racism might not be typical these days; don’t let that fool you into thinking that racism has vanished from this world. So today we go back to the ’60s to see what people of colour had to go through every day from the eyes of one person (Tom Floyd) who tried to ‘integrate‘.

As a ‘BLACK’ white collar worker having willingly and conscientiously taken an active part in America’s leading social pre-occupation… An experiment called ‘Integration’ … I feel compelled to assess my total experience on discrimination, and perhaps the experiences of other Blacks by saying…. ‘INTEGRATION IS A B*TCH’.

So scroll on below and take a look.

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#1 Color-Coded.

#2 Unknown.

#3 Appreciation.

#4 Holidays.

#5 Police.

#6 Taking over.

#7 Helping hand.

#8 Exhibition.

#9 Thief.

#10 Bad jokes.

#11 Honest mistake.

#12 Cheering.

#13 No man present.

#14 Hunger.

#15 Blame.

#16 Used clothes.

#17 Solutions.

#18 A raise.

#19 Explaining.

#20 Whiteys!

#21 A view.

#22 No seat available.

#23 Appropriate.

#24 Coin purse.

#25 Blond wife.

#26 Crime in streets.

#27 Indians.

#28 Jokes.

#29 Lost a fight.

#30 Treating.

#31 Empty seats.

#32 Fake.

#33 Cousins.

#34 Equality.

#35 Quick hiring.

#36 Discrimination.

#37 Hospitality.

#38 Images.

#39 Militants.

#40 Guard dogs.

#41 Ogling.

#42 Assistant.

#43 This job.

#44 A report.

#45 Dancing.

 

#46 Scared.

#47 7 more minutes.

#48 Feeling safe.

#49 Back-handed compliments.

#50 Fools.

What are your thoughts on this comic series? Do you think this still applies to the current era? Comment down below and let us know.

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