Sexual Violence in History: A Bibliography

compiled by Stefan Blaschke

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Start: Topical Index: Society: Rape Culture: Moral Panics:

Society: Rape Culture:
"BLACK PERIL"

I n f o r m a t i o n

»The Black Peril refers to the fear of colonial settlers that black men are attracted to white women and are having sexual relations with them. This may go back to class and race prejudices, Examples of class and racial prejudice can be seen in British colonialism of India and Africa. One of the major areas that has been written and documented in having experienced the Black Peril is South Africa, or more specifically in certain writings, Southern Rhodesia, which later became the modern day country Zimbabwe in 1980. Black Peril is a colonial based fear that started in Southern Rhodesia and survived all the way to the independence of Zimbabwe.« -- More information: Wikipedia



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Modern History: 19th Century, 20th Century