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Black Slavery and Segregation How it began... - first black Africans were brought to North-America in 1619 - they were welcomed as source of free Labour - they officially were not slaves but black servants and their offspring were indentured for life, whereas white servants worked only as long as was necessary to pay for their passage from Europe to America => all in all black servants = slaves ... and at the end of 17th century all North American colonies practiced slavery - Declaration of Independence (1776) that all men are created equal" did not mean to include black slaves, they were not considered to be men in the same way whites were -1857 US Supreme Court ruled that blacks could not be American citizens and had no rights - This decision, Dred Scott Decision" caused a storm of protest, as many Americans joined the abolitionist movement to do away with slavery -Civil War Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation (1863) freed all slaves in the rebellious states of the Confederacy The three Amendments which were established => The thirteenth Amendment (1867) abolished slavery forever => The fourteenth Amendment (1868) made blacks citizens => The fifteenth Amendment (1870) declared that no citizen could be denied the right to vote on account of race, color BUT - southern whites still found ways to discriminate black people - were terrorized by...

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the KuKluxklan (secret society of white supremacists) - Southern states had the Jim CrowLaws" which legalized forms of discrimination -Supreme Court ruled in (1896) ,separate but equal" facilities for the races were legal and segregation of races became the order of the day W! "JIM CROW DEMAND AN END POLIC NOW! W DEMAND DE MARCH FII AN JOBS CIT HOUSING A NE FOR ALL NOW! DECENT NOW COLORED WAITING ROOM PRIVATE PROPERTY NO PARKING Driving througher Turning Around "DON'T BE A CLOWN WOMEN TOUSLY AW SAYS CZA NOW BEBE A SLAVE WE'LL B BURIED OUR GR WE DEMAND VOTING SA COACH COMPANY CO UA UAW SAYS WE END FOR SEGREGATED S FOR AL ARCH RULES CENT PA IN OW! PUBLIC SCHOOLS EQUALITY Ⓒ THE TIME IS NOW FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 45 16 WE WON'T GO The Civil Rights Movement Situation changed after President Truman ordered equal treatment and opportunity in the military. - 1954 the supreme court decided that the rule of desegregation were unconstitutional there were Organisations which helped blacks fight their legal battles - Dr. Martin Luther King and his Southern Christian Leadership Conference organised demonstrations or boycotts => consequences: violent reactions from the police What has changed? - Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1968 - Voting Rights Act of 1965 - Racial discrimination was outlawed in voting, education, employment, housing and all public accommodations Supreme Court: - upholding of an anti-discriminatory interpretation of the Constitution - promoted integration - policies that gave preferential treatment to minorities The Womens Movement for Equal rights the black civil rights movement inspired women they demanded better employment, career opportunities and equal pay for equal work Successes => The Equal Pay Act (1963) => Civil Rights Act 1964 included women in employment opportunity provisions by prohibiting discrimination based on sex in all terms, conditions, privileges in employment What has not yet been achieved Equal Rights Amendment

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Black Slavery and Segregation How it began... - first black Africans were brought to North-America in 1619 - they were welcomed as source of free Labour - they officially were not slaves but black servants and their offspring were indentured for life, whereas white servants worked only as long as was necessary to pay for their passage from Europe to America => all in all black servants = slaves ... and at the end of 17th century all North American colonies practiced slavery - Declaration of Independence (1776) that all men are created equal" did not mean to include black slaves, they were not considered to be men in the same way whites were -1857 US Supreme Court ruled that blacks could not be American citizens and had no rights - This decision, Dred Scott Decision" caused a storm of protest, as many Americans joined the abolitionist movement to do away with slavery -Civil War Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation (1863) freed all slaves in the rebellious states of the Confederacy The three Amendments which were established => The thirteenth Amendment (1867) abolished slavery forever => The fourteenth Amendment (1868) made blacks citizens => The fifteenth Amendment (1870) declared that no citizen could be denied the right to vote on account of race, color BUT - southern whites still found ways to discriminate black people - were terrorized by...

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the KuKluxklan (secret society of white supremacists) - Southern states had the Jim CrowLaws" which legalized forms of discrimination -Supreme Court ruled in (1896) ,separate but equal" facilities for the races were legal and segregation of races became the order of the day W! "JIM CROW DEMAND AN END POLIC NOW! W DEMAND DE MARCH FII AN JOBS CIT HOUSING A NE FOR ALL NOW! DECENT NOW COLORED WAITING ROOM PRIVATE PROPERTY NO PARKING Driving througher Turning Around "DON'T BE A CLOWN WOMEN TOUSLY AW SAYS CZA NOW BEBE A SLAVE WE'LL B BURIED OUR GR WE DEMAND VOTING SA COACH COMPANY CO UA UAW SAYS WE END FOR SEGREGATED S FOR AL ARCH RULES CENT PA IN OW! PUBLIC SCHOOLS EQUALITY Ⓒ THE TIME IS NOW FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 45 16 WE WON'T GO The Civil Rights Movement Situation changed after President Truman ordered equal treatment and opportunity in the military. - 1954 the supreme court decided that the rule of desegregation were unconstitutional there were Organisations which helped blacks fight their legal battles - Dr. Martin Luther King and his Southern Christian Leadership Conference organised demonstrations or boycotts => consequences: violent reactions from the police What has changed? - Civil Rights Acts of 1964 and 1968 - Voting Rights Act of 1965 - Racial discrimination was outlawed in voting, education, employment, housing and all public accommodations Supreme Court: - upholding of an anti-discriminatory interpretation of the Constitution - promoted integration - policies that gave preferential treatment to minorities The Womens Movement for Equal rights the black civil rights movement inspired women they demanded better employment, career opportunities and equal pay for equal work Successes => The Equal Pay Act (1963) => Civil Rights Act 1964 included women in employment opportunity provisions by prohibiting discrimination based on sex in all terms, conditions, privileges in employment What has not yet been achieved Equal Rights Amendment