African Americans After Slavery:
1. Describe the obstacles that stood in the way of economic and political equality for southern blacks in the late 19th century.
it was with no lawful employment or business, or found unlawfully assembling themselves together in the day or night time and all white persons so assembling with freedmen.
2. How did the Supreme Court respond to the growth of racial segregation?
Power of congress declaring by law that all persons shall have equal accommodations and privileges in all inns, public conveyances and places of public amusement.
3. Describe the conflicting strategies pursued by black leaders to achieve full racial equality. There is in this country no superior dominant ruling class of citizens. There is no caste here. Our constitution is color-blind, and respect of civil rights, all citizens is equal before the law.
4. What advice did Booker T Washington offer to black southerners?
that you and your families will be surrender by the most patient faithful, law-abiding and unresentful people that the world has seen can be as separate as the fingers.
5. why did Washington opponents criticize his Atlanta compromise? Are their criticisms valid?
Booker Washington was a great empire that needed to be conquered, he saw and emancipated race chained to the soil by the mortgage crop system. He saw the industrial trades and skilled labor pass from our race into other hands.
6. Which in your view was the most effective strategy for late 19th century black southerners to pursue-accommodation to racial prejudice and effort for economic self-development or a commitment to full political and social equality?
- Booker Washington gave them the right to families to be surrounded by the most patient that the world has seen. And they can be separate as the fingers.
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