People Want Freedom!!!!!!!!!!!

No More Segregation!!!!! by: Jorden Akiva Bell, Max, Sabrina

People Hate Jim Crow Laws

In the mid-1950s hundreds of laws made segregation legal. These laws were named Jim Crow Laws, Jim crow laws were mostly in rule in the south. But some northern states adapted these laws too. These laws made it impossible for whites and blacks to even sit in the same room. There were separate buses, hospitals, schools, trains, and restrooms. when people protested they would often hold signs and would wear buttons that say, "I wont live with Jim Crow"

African American Leaders

African American Leaders

Booker. T. Washington was an important African American leader. He was born enslaved he put himself in school and thought that education should come first. W.E.B Debois Was born an average African American. He attended Fiscuni University. He believed civil rights should come before anything else. Idawels-Barnett was also born a regular African American girl though her parents were enslaved. She believed women's voting rights should come before anything else.

WOMEN WANT THEIR RIGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Woman fought for there rights for 75 years. But they didn't get the rights they deserved until 1920. Susan .B Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt, and Lucy Stone leaded the fight for women to vote. Suffragist, people who worked for women's suffrage. Vote Wyoming won the right to suffrage. Wyoming was the first state to allow women to vote.

THE ROAD TO WOMENS RIGHTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

In the 1800's women had no jobs men did, women stayed home and cleaned,cooked, and cleaned. In 1869 Susan B. Anthony And Elizabeth Cady Santon. founded the National Women Suffrage Association which fought for women's rights to vote. Stone was also a group they joined forces with the A.M.W.S.A and fought for rights for the next 30 years. In 1874 the National Government decided being a US citizen did not automatically get you rights. After years of battleing Wyoming gave women rights in 1869. in 1977 a women got into congress. And last by 1918 Women had the same voting rights as men in 15 states.