The Black Table Is Still There: Racism in “The Black Table Is Still There” by Graham

2 pages | 490 words

This essay is about the story "The Black Table Is Still There" by Graham Lawrence. In the story, the 'black table,' as portrayed by his fellow black schoolmates is no more than racism. The black table is where the black kids sit during lunchtime. It is separate from the white kids' tables. The story is set in a time when racial segregation was still practiced in some parts of the United States.