This research paper explains the future of tribalism in America.
In Malcolm X’s autobiography, tribalism emerges in this leader’s call for equal distribution of wealth throughout the country. Malcolm advocated for equality and unity among the different races, which resulted into his cold blood death (Wilson, 2004). During this period, each person in the United States had already identified themselves as more superior than the other tribes. The two major races that are the black and white races were at loggerheads with one another thus affecting the way this nation was being run socially, politically and economically. The marginalized communities were greatly undermined in terms of wealth distribution and development (Wilson, 2004). Though Malcolm X was a liberator, tribalism in the United States had already gained roots thus mitigating it was almost impossible.
In summary, tribalism is at its peak in the society. It has emerged to be a global problem today. For instance, tribalism is highly evident in the political arena majorly in the United States. The U.S. President is black, but every policy adopted by his administration is highly critiqued by the other races and