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Racism and the Arts: From ‘Invisible Man’ to ‘The Hunger Games’

“I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me.”  – Ralph Ellison in  “Invisible Man” This quote was one of many statements Ellison made about his identity as a black man living in the early 20th century in his novel “Invisible Man.” As a 15-year-old, reading this novel proved to me the power of […]