On the ‘Fear of Genetic Annihilation.’

In 1896 the [United States] Supreme Court’s decision in Plessy v. Ferguson legalized racial segregation, so that a legally racialized nation was confirmed. Notions of the race inferiority of non-European-origin populations stemmed from the fear of the genetic annihilation* of European-origin populations. Northern European intellectuals feared racial annihilation by way of miscegenation with non-European populations, … More On the ‘Fear of Genetic Annihilation.’

Declaration of Rights of Negro Peoples of the World

In the Dred Scott case, Chief Justice Roger B. Taney declared the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Case of Dred Scott versus John F.A. Sanford. Taney in regard to the ENTIRE AFRICAN RACE as relates to the United States Constitution: They had for more than a century before been … More Declaration of Rights of Negro Peoples of the World