Slavery and Segregation

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Introduction 3 Slavery and Segregation 4-5 Conclusion 6 Pictures 7-8

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The following work aims talking about slavery and segregation. It talks about how the injustice for African and black people roses after 200 years before the Civil War, in the United States. It talks about how do segregation started, how do people got over it, and the consequences of segregation in the future. The Southern Legislatures thought they needed to do something.  They passed laws known as the black codes, which severely limited the rights of blacks and segregated them from whites. Before there was no need to separate whites and black people because most of black people were slaves.  But they were separated at schools, theaters, taverns, and other public places. At the advancing of the work you will know why do only black people were discriminated, and why do white people stop being slaves, also what were the punishments that they received.

Slavery & Segregation
Segregation is the separation or isolation of a race, class, or ethnic group by enforced or voluntary residence in a restricted area, by barriers to social intercourse, by separate educational facilities, or by...