In 1790, the Brown Fellowship Society was founded. The oldest all-male funeral society in Charleston, South Carolina, it provides a historical example of how racism permeated the Black community within itself. Among the African Americans in the South Carolina community, lighter-skinned African Americans in the Society considered themselves superior to those with a darker complexion. […]
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