Segregation in the school system.
Segregation in general.
They had to stay home and raise the family
They are afraid of the teachers' harsh punishments.
They couldn't read or write
No they were not, black school were in worse shape than white schools.
White schools were in worse shape than Black schools.
Woman were not allowed to attend schools at white schools, but they were allowed to attend at black schools.
They had less opportunities before the Civil War.
They had more opportunities before the Civil War.
They had more opportunities after the Civil War.
They had less Opportunities after the Civil War.
With the arrival of the "Circus Train".**
Children often dreamed of running off to the circus.
Circus performers often came as 'advanced men' to come to a city early and promote the Circus.
The National Association for the Advocation of corn pollutants.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The Northwestern Assembly for Americans' Cotton Production
The arrival of black students.
The departure of whites.
They wanted to be treated equally among men.
They just wanted to prove the White man wrong.
They liked the idea of being a part of government.
In Woman's Colleges and in Hospitals.
On the Homestead.
At the Factories.
In the Mines.
They Limited White freedoms or rights.
Laws limiting what Negroes were allowed to do.
They were laws that gave Negroes complete freedom.