March 19, 2019
At the funeral of General Benjamin O. Davis on July 17, 2002, Democrat President Bill Clinton stated, "General Davis is here today as proof that a person can overcome adversity and discrimination, achieve great things, turn skeptics into believers; and through example and perseverance, one person can bring truly amazing change.” Yet, he was not alone on that journey, and the quest is far from over.
Republicans in the Reconstruction Era broke down numerous segregation barriers, only to have Democrats rebuild them once they returned to power. (see Civil Rights And Wrongs) Progressive Democrat President Woodrow Wilson, the first Southern president since the Civil War, set race relations back to pre-Civil War levels by resegregating Federal offices and departments, including the military. Regardless, blacks refused to play victim and relentlessly demonstrated their equality.
While in office, Wilson helped promote the Southern ideology of African inferiority through his support of the movie Birth Of A Nation, a pro-KKK movie which quotes his own book, History of the American People. (see Birth of a Nation) Thanks to the movie, racist ideology began to infest the government and the country, causing blacks to again be viewed as sub-human. Whites in the military insisted blacks were not capable of such positions as officers and pilots, even though blacks had fought for America alongside whites since the Revolutionary War.
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