|Human zoo popular throughout white occupation of world cultures.|
"Human zoos (1500s- ), also known as ethnological exhibits, Negro villages or people shows (Völkerschau) showed non-Western people at zoos and fairs as the exhibits. They have been common in the West since the time of Columbus, but reached their height from the 1870s to the 1930s – back in the days of Joseph Conrad, Gauguin, minstrel shows and the birth of National Geographic."
Human zoos were a pretense of science and a concerted effort to support the notion of white supremacy over everyone else. We all know the laws changed, but did the hearts follow suit and change?
There is the riddle, the puzzle of our times we fear too much to change significantly. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories