Segregation and Disenfranchisement
By Reagan Tornese And Madelyn Fraser
Segregation is the action or state of setting someone or something apart from other people or things or being set apart.In this case, segregation between blacks and whites was huge during the early civil rights movement.
Examples include having separate water fountains and bathrooms for blacks and whites and making African american children go to different schools because of the color of their skin
Some ways white supremacists made voting more difficult for African Americans was by making them take literacy tests, taxing them, and used gerrymandering (to draw an election district in such a way that it benefits a certain group)