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

Through this article, we are trying to take you back to the sixties. It is well known that during the 1960s apartheid was very much active. People were tested according to their color. It is a fact that a lot has changed now and we have made a lot of progress in it. But this progress is still not enough. You must be thinking that this comic does not apply to the people of today’s world as there are some places where racism is still present.

The level of racism may not be so typical in today’s time. Don’t let anyone think that racism has just disappeared from this world. And that’s why through this comic we are taking you back to the ’60s. It will reveal just how many risks individuals of color had to go through each day. In this comic too, you’ll find out just how hard the man of color Tom Floyd must face.

#1 Color-Coded

#2 Unknown

#3 Appreciations

#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

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