Martin Luther King Jr.: The Catalyst of a Nation

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This agency was called the Freedman's Bureau. It was comprised of predominantly northerners who helped to educate ex-slaves of their rights as citizens of the United States.
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The stage was set with nearly one-hundred years of segregation. After the civil war, former slaves were granted rights. These rights were squandered by the black codes, which were in place from 1865-1866. The black codes denied rights granted to blacks, and also segregated the races even further. The codes included laws that required blacks to observe a curfew, live in housing provided by a landowner, and give up the hope of entering many desirable occupations...
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