The American Segregation
After the 13° amendment. All the race discrimination were regulate by the Jim Crow laws.
This laws forsee one race division for school, work, wedding and public service.
The situation for the African people was very difficult and much person had racist behavior. One black man can’t sit on a “white” chair in the city and can’t marry one white person because the american peaple thought the black peaple are different.
This segregation during till 1960.
After this year black man can began important person (Mayors, deputate, senator…) and can marry whithe people.
The segregation finish with the collaboration of Clarence Mittchel, Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King, exponents of the black people in the 2° world war period.
Also today in Alabama and other states the school for white are separated from the school for black.
1) What was the laws to regulate the race discrimination?
2) What’s the situation for the black men?
3) Why one black man can’t sit on a white chair?
4) What’s the year of the end of the segregation?
5) What’s the situation for the black man, after 1960?
6) Who’s the exponents of the black people?
7) In wich period this people was the exponent?
8) Today there are segregation in America?
1) It was the Jim Crow laws.
2) The situation for theblack men was very difficult.
3) Because the Withe man thought black people different.
4) It’s 1960.
5) After the 1960 black man can began important people.
6) They was Clarence Mittchel, Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King.
7) They was the exponent in the 2° world war period.
8) Yes, but only in Alabama and few other states.