Presentation on theme: "Objective 7.03 Evaluate the effects of racial segregation on different regions and segments of the US society."— Presentation transcript:
Objective 7.03 Evaluate the effects of racial segregation on different regions and segments of the US society.
Disenfranchisement To deny a person their right to vote
Literacy Tests Testing a person’s literacy to determine their eligibility to vote, meant to disenfranchise black voters
Poll Taxes A tax to determine a person’s eligibility to vote meant to disenfranchise black voters
Grandfather Clause A person’s eligibility to vote is determined by whether their grandfather could vote meant to disenfranchise black voters
Plessey vs. Ferguson Court Case that established the doctrine of “separate but equal”
Booker T. Washington African American educator; everyone’s money is green, African Americans should seek equality through vocational training and employment
Atlanta Compromise Speech Speech by Booker T. Washington asking African Americans to go to work and Southern Whites to hire them
WEB Dubois African American Educator, 1st African American to graduate from Harvard, African American should seek Academic education and demand immediate equal rights including the right to vote
NAACP Organization started by WEB Dubois and other African Americans for equal rights, established by leaders of the Niagara Movement
Niagara Movement Meeting of leading African Americans to discuss the movement for equal rights for African Americans at Niagara Falls
Ida Wells Barnett She was a teacher, editor of local newspaper, fought against lynching
Lynching Killing or torturing someone because of their race, beliefs
Great Migration Movement of African Americans from the South to the North before, during and after WWI
Quiz SFI Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Wilmington race riot (1898) Booker T. Washington Tuskegee Institute Atlanta Compromise Speech W.E.B. Du Bois Niagara Movement The NAACP The Crisis Ida B. Wells Barnett Lynching Great Migration Disenfranchisement Literacy test Poll taxes Grandfather clauses De jure segregation De facto segregation Jim Crow Laws Concepts: Conflict Power Leadership Equality Reform Choose 5 of the SFI and tell how each relates to 1 of the Concepts.