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Required votes to take literacy tests, poll taxes HOW WERE AFRICAN AMERICANS KEPT FROM VOTING?
Creating laws limiting who can vote HOW DID THE SOCIAL CUSTOMS RESTRICT AFRICAN AMERICANS?
Any person could vote if the father or grandfather was qualified to vote before January 1 1867 GRANDFATHER CLAUSE
Separating races SEGREGATION
Laws separating whites and blacks in private and public places JIM CROW LAWS
Supreme court case that ruled segregation in public places was illegal PLESSY VS. FERGUSON
Mexicans worked to reply debts DEBT
Leader in fight against discrimination IDA B. WELLS
Must be paid to enter to enter voting booth POLL TAX
CHAPTER 8 – LIFE AT THE TURN OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Chapter 16-3 Segregation & Discrimination
The Rise of Segregation
Segregation and Discrimination
Segregation and Discrimination. Legal discrimination Voting restrictions Literacy tests Poll tax Grandfather clause: reinstate white votes If he, his.
Race and Prejudice in the New South period: “Jim Crow” THE VOTE: JIM CROW: THE ATLANTA RACE RIOT OF 1906: DEFINE KEY TERMS: 1.Disfranchise 2. primary election.
Race Relations in the Gilded Age
Segregation and Discrimination in America
A. At the turn of the 20 th century, Southern states adopted a broad system of legal policies of racial discrimination……..Goal = keep the races separate!
Segregation and Discrimination at the Turn of the 19th Century
S EGREGATION AND D ISCRIMINATION. C ONCEPTS TO R EMEMBER Post Reconstruction era to the turn of the century African Americans began to exercise.
Race Relations Civil Rights and African Americans.
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. 14 th Amendment Purpose was to make sure that southern states were treating freed slaves equally under the law. Incorporated the.
Radical Republicans Decline Restricted Rights Industry in the “New South”
AFRICAN AMERICANS MOVE NORTH. NAACP – National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
8.3 Segregation and Discrimination. Discrimination in the South Techniques white leaders would use to keep African Americans from voting: – “Literacy”
African Americans become full citizens. 13 th Amendment – ended slavery. 14 th Amendment – forbid states from denying Constitutional rights to any citizens.
Mrs. Baugh US History Pages , 964. Vocabulary Disfranchising Poll tax Grandfather Clause Segregation Jim Crow Laws.
Reconstruction Chapter 16. Vocab Reconstruction The period from during which the states that were part of the Confederacy were controlled buy.
Chapter 8 Part 3 Pages Segregation and Discrimination.
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