In a region where spending for social services was low to begin with, money for the care of black feeble-minded individuals simply was not available.
In "Pinky," a White actress named Jeanne Crain starred as Pinky, while Ethel Waters played her cybernetic Mammy.
In Living Color: Race and American Culture by Michael Omi explores racism and racial stereotypes in American popular culture.
Upon his arrival at the correctional facility Crewe learns that the warden has a semi-pro football team.
Rocky Balboa—a kind, humble, hard-working, slow-talking journeyman boxer—symbolized the pride of racist White masculinity in the late 1970s.