Myriads of blacks heroically resisted ‘white domination’, often jeopardizing their own lives. It is not possible to know the numbers of the African-Americans segregated by Whites were men and women who had confronted by some blatant acts of ‘bravery’, such as walking conceitedly down the roads or talking back to Whites instead of quitting. Anti-racial, socials integrity, desegregation, and even ‘racial equivalence’ enjoyed huge support amid leftists than integration. Even though black civil rights protesters had always stresses on ‘desegregation’ (Robin et. Al 1996).
In nearly all white liberal spheres ‘cultural integration’ came to represent solving the Negro problem by carrying black people into previously all-white bodies (Robin & Earl 2005). Leftists, on the contrary, regardless of their beliefs, always struggling for ‘racial integrity’ in terms of taking racial discrimination separately – one of the opportunity for entrepreneurship – so as to create a more dominant challenge to ‘community rule’. From the beginning, they resisted to create systems which guarantee the equal rights for every one, irrespective of class or nation, to live as full human beings (Robin 2002).
The split continued to be ever-lasting in 1905 when W. E. B. Du Bois1 established, with William Monroe Trotter who was a detractor of Washington, the whole black “Niagara Movement”2 (Robin 2002). With the organized challenges by movements like the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP3) and Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA4) and their personal insubordination to Jim Crow5, African Americans embraced enriching their cultural life of, mainly, non-political demonstration against ‘white domination’ that infused all divisions of black life (Robin 2002). And in no more than the next twenty years, the NAACP staged a harmonized approach of legalized encounters, taking provinces and states to court to execute