In the 1950s a Texas white man went through extensive physical changes to become a black man and travel for six weeks on greyhound buses. After publishing his experiences, he was forced to move to Mexico for several years.
As many as 1.2 million US citizens of Mexican descent were forced out of the United States from 1929-1939 by federal and local authorities. It was claimed that the expulsions would free up jobs for “real Americans” during the Great Depression.
The Pentagon has twice the number of bathrooms deemed necessary for a building its size. This is because Virginia still enforced segregation laws when the Pentagon was constructed in the 1940s.
A black man tried to integrate the University of Mississippi and not only was rejected, but sent to an insane asylum.
The first African slaves brought to North America in 1526 revolted, escaped, and integrated themselves into Native American communities.
When slaves were freed in the USA, some towns in the south would arrest young black men for not having a job and then sell them to corporations like US Steel as slaves for the duration of their sentence.
When the slaves were freed from the USA, some went back to Africa and promptly enslaved the native Africans based on the plantation methods they learnt in the states.
“Ugly Laws” in the US banned many disabled people from appearing in public until the 1970s.
One proposal to get rid of Castro was to spread rumors that he was the Antichrist, then fake the second coming; a US submarine would project an image of Jesus on some clouds near Havana while firing star-shells. A loudspeaker would be the voice of Jesus, urging them to renounce communism.