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1 By: Gabe, Lily, Boniface, Alex, Loni

2 Growing up white in the 1930s Living conditions? Living conditions? They each had a maid. They each had a maid. They didn’t have enough money & they had to rely on their father. They didn’t have enough money & they had to rely on their father. Ancestry Ancestry Most of the men were doctors, lawyers or dentist. Most of the men were doctors, lawyers or dentist. They were highly educated. They were highly educated.

3 Growing up White in the 1930s continued… First experiences with black people. First experiences with black people. They baby sat their kids, they were often maids. They baby sat their kids, they were often maids. They were also chiefs. They were also chiefs. They weren’t allowed to play with the black children. They weren’t allowed to play with the black children.

4 Growing up Black in the 1930s Ancestry Ancestry Most children’s parents came from 2 different families. Most children’s parents came from 2 different families. Most families were worth at most 400 dollars. Most families were worth at most 400 dollars. Living conditions. Living conditions. The land and the grass was dry. The land and the grass was dry. they couldn’t grow their plants, they had shotguns house’s. they couldn’t grow their plants, they had shotguns house’s. They lived without electricity. They lived without electricity.

5 Growing up Black in the 1930s continued… Differences. Differences. - Jobs were limited & Most building’s were segregated. Education Education - Work in order to pay for the kids to go to school. - Most kids didn’t get the education they needed, because they had to go out and work.

6 Growing up Black in the 1930s continued… Legal Rights Legal Rights They weren’t allowed to vote. They weren’t allowed to vote. Community Community -Not every white person was cruel. -Mostly everyone wasn’t the same.

7 Our Opinion Gabe- The white people didn’t treat the black people fairly. Gabe- The white people didn’t treat the black people fairly. Liliana- slavery is cruel. Liliana- slavery is cruel. Boniface- It was unfair and kind of dumb. Boniface- It was unfair and kind of dumb. Alex- Slavery should have never happened. Alex- Slavery should have never happened. Loni- Slavery should have never happened and its uncalled for. Loni- Slavery should have never happened and its uncalled for.

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