Anti-Black violence between 1865-1920

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American History

 

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Derek V

 

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January 17, 2014

 

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Racial equality seemed to constantly be a major problem in political and everyday life. Violence against African Americans occurred from the first days of Reconstruction but became far more organized and purposeful after 1867. The Klu Klux Klan began in Tennessee in 1866 spreading rapidly through the South...
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Klansmen sought to keep blacks in subjection through terrorist actions. Harassments the homes of blacks, beatings, rapes, and murder became common as much as celebrated in many southern cities. The violence they displayed were no out-the-blue outburst of racism but shaped by social forces. The Klan believed that blacks would weaken their society and sought violence as a solution to remain politically and socially superior...
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