Disenfranchisement and Segregation

By: Carson sedgwick, Noah Pickett

Disenfranchisement

The act of preventing one to vote. Examples are blacks and women not allowed to vote. The ways they tried to stop black people from voting was the grandfather clause which stated that only those men who fathers or grandfathers had been eligible to vote in 1867 were able to vote. 2nd voters had to own property which blacks couldn't do. 3rd pass a literacy test to vote.

Segregation

The act of separating people due to the color of their skin. EXAMPLES:black and or white school,restaurants, bathrooms, and water fountains. The KKK was an organization that practiced white power and white supremacist.