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Did you ever wonder if Superman ever save a black person? Any a person of any other Nationalities? With all of the problems that this country faced, why didn't our Greatest American Superhero fight for the things that mattered and tackle the problems that existed at that time. No Superman never did save a black person. Not because he couldn't, simply because he wasn't designed to. Here's a article of the greatest superhero ever, that couldn't use his power to save to bring change.
Was superman everybody’s hero? He was and still is America’s hero. His heroism is evident in his outfit that is red, yellow, and blue. Does anyone think that was a mistake? To me red represents the conflicts that superman would have to address, yellow represents his intention to bring hope, and blue represents his ability to make peace, but for who. Superman was an American icon. Superman came to earth during a time that was plagued with racism, slavery, hate, injustice, and inhumanity. Superman was supposed to be a humanitarian, using his powers to change the course of human injustices. He paraded around as a writer at a newspaper publishing. However, you never saw Superman in the middle of the Civil Rights Movement. You didn’t see Superman speaking out against the injustices that plagued our society at that time. I never saw him write one article about how minorities were beat, killed, and denied basic human rights. I didn’t see Superman at the voting polls fighting for people to have the right to vote. Superman was not there to save Emmett Till, Martin Luther King, Sean Bell, Michael Brown, Eleanor Bumpers, and all the others who were at the end of another man’s justice. Superman, a savior or just a man. The amazing part of the Superman story is that although he had that power, he did not use it to effect change. Superman was clearly a vigilante. If Superman was truly to be seen as a hero for the people, then Superman had to recognize all people as human beings and address all inequalities. I wonder if Superman had of been Black, would he have been allowed to use an alias Clark Kent. I wonder if Superman had of been Black, would he have been allowed to remain free every time he practiced vigilante justice. If Superman had of been Black, there probably would have been a new law for him and a place with a J to match his S. Surely he was not a S U P E R-M A N, but a MAN.
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