By: Nathaniel Schroeder
Civil Rights Act 1866
Civil Rights: People of color were given more rights than they were given before the Civil War, but were still restricted from certain actions.
Vagrancy: People who forced hard labor on African Americans could be arrested and part of the law relied on this.
Apprenticeship: Business owners can forcibly make African American children work to the age of 21 or 18 depending on sex, and can inflict punishment on the worker, but has to support them.