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Ruth and James experienced racism in different ways since Ruth was white while her son was considered black.
Ruth was a white Jewish woman who lived in a black neighborhood. Ruth had run away from her Jewish family where she felt that her father was overbearing and very abusive towards her mother. Her older brother Sam ran away from the family when he could no longer bear his overbearing father but he was killed in the army in the world war. Ruth, unable to stand her father also ran away from her family so that she could liver her life in a different way. She also abandoned the Jewish lifestyle that she had been brought up in and seems to resent the Jewish way of life since it was forced on her rather than given the choice to pursue whatever she wanted (McBride 4). James was he last born who was born shortly after his father had passed away due to cancer.
Both James and Ruth experience varying degrees of racism in their lives. At first, Ruth endured racism in her childhood from her father who was a shop owner. They moved to Virginia after his father realized that he could not make a living as a rabbi and opened a general store. Ruth’s father often overcharged the black people and as a result, Ruth felt very sorry for them and tried to sympathize with them whenever she could.in this way, she tried to separate herself from the evil that was going on as a result of the blatant racism that her father showed to the black community (McBride 7). This is one of the main reasons that she ran away from home in search of liberation. James on the other hand experienced racism from his peers especially those that taunted him because of his white mother. She was a white woman with black children living in a black community where people judged her by the color of her skin. James was just a teenager who was confused about his identity and did not understand the racism experienced among the people.
While Ruth experienced
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