African Americans Status In 1890
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March 16, 2015
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Blacks had a very hard time living especially in the south.
The problems that blacks dealt with were primarily found in the south where they were not accepted. Segregation became huge across the entire south after the Supreme Court ruled that "Separate but equal" was legal in the Plessy v. Ferguson case...
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Ferguson case. Everything was separate but it was almost never equal. Whites always had things better than African Americans did. Blacks could not ride in the same train cars as whites. The national government gave blacks the right to vote but southern state governments took away that right through the use of poll taxes and literacy tests...
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