STATUS OF AFRICAN AMERICANS
made by: ALEX AND KAREEM
WHAT WAS THE STATUS OF AFRICAN AMERICANS in the 1930's
African Americans were discriminated and were placed in different social placement.They were considered lower class and did not have the same rights like the whites.whites though did believe that they should have the same rights but not the politcal or educational rights. In this case an African American could not vote or run for any type of office in this period of time. If they were going to vote they had to pay poll taxes.
HOW DID SEGREGATION AFFECT AFRICAN AMERICANS
The segregation of African Americans did not prove necessary as the boundaries between free citizens and people held in bondage remained clear, black and whites lived in close proximity on farms and plantations and geographical isolation made contact between neighbors infrequent.