In recent years, studies on the Black experience have revealed that Black people, the world over, suffer from a number of psychologically debilitating experiences. These experiences range from the issues of self-denial, lack of racial pride, lack of self-fulfillment to the issues of dependency complex. These experiences are the byproducts of what is generally known as "cultural contacts." The uprooting of Blacks from Africa and their colonization in the continent have, in fact, turned them into modern racial and social schizophrenics.
"The Politics of Titles,"
New Directions: Vol. 7
, Article 5.
Available at: http://dh.howard.edu/newdirections/vol7/iss1/5