Negroes, scrunched down in the lower left-hand corner of the advertisement and dwarfed by talismans of the old slaveholding South, were still struggling for inclusion. Even so, by including African Americans as Americans, Americans All, Immigrants All marked a turning point. For most Americans, seeing Negroes as Americans meant something new under the sun.
Painter, Nell Irvin. The History of White People (p. 356). W. W. Norton & Company. Edición de Kindle