AA Day At The Fair | 1941 A family attending the Greene County fair in Greensboro, Georgia, 1941. Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were. Day At The Fair | 1941
The tough thing is that racism comes more from the gut than from the mind: You can prove slavery was bad six ways from Sunday, but people can still choose to believe otherwise if they want. Addressing racism isn't just about correcting erroneous beliefs — it's about making people see the humanity in others.