By: Ella Hynson, Jace Baccus, Kaitlin Espey, Kyle Carlson
Segragation in schools
Segregation in the 1900's!
In the early 1900s it was a time of war and financial commotion for the U.S. Because even, though there was peace before World War One there was still little comfort of peace for many African Americans. Yes, they weren't slaves anymore. But they were still treated as sub citizens. In some people’s minds, they were even considered non-human.
Pictures of segregation in schools
segregation: the act or practice of segregating
segregating: to separate or set apart; isolate
How we can help stop Segregation Today
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