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Invisible Man

Summary: Supports Ellison's claims that there is a negative effect on minority cultures in America.
Just yesterday my Grandmother criticized my cousin for having an interracial relationship with a black man. She thought that his upbringing and her upbringing were too different for them to have a healthy relationship. Her exact words were, "He's to black for you." But what exactly does that mean? Society states what is the appropriate level of culture inclination. That is why I believe that Ellison's criticisms on the effects on white culture on the blacks are true today.

Tiger Woods. Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, and Kobe Bryant. All of these men are "white approved celebrities." But how many of these men and women are African American activists? How many of these people actually make the effort to identify themselves as black? The thought of actually having an identity contrary than what is generally accepted must be so horrible for these prominent black men to seemingly just drop...

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