Segregation And Racial Discrimination In The United States

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The laws in the United States throughout the Segregation were supported racism and the African American were denied their rights. To recognized discernment in this country, they made it hard to do anything with overpowering of the people of color by the white community and the Government. The goals for these laws were assigned for different reasons such as; the right for decent job, education or the right for citizenship and voting rights. This made the white people to see black people as individuals with no rights and that they deserved being treated as animals. African American were highly discriminated by the white community especially in the southern of United States (Hine, 2014). But many were created movement to ask an end of racial discrimination …show more content…
The civil rights movements were having many discussions with the government so they could open ways for the people of color to have their rights like everyone in this country. Due to this they protested to be given an equal opportunity like the whites to register as voters and arranged the right to citizenship. A Refutation of the right to vote made the white to continue oppressing the blacks and treating them like animals that were never rate any human rights that was labelled to any human being. Lack of voting represented as a way of silencing the African-American communities since they could not vote for people who would help in raising their issues nor to protest against discrimination. This because only the whites had the right to …show more content…
Black communities were denied a chance to integrate with white people even in public schools and this led to them feeling discriminated and denied their rights to education. For example, in southern American school including the public places were meant for the white community only. Some places went further in putting notice indicating Negroes and dogs are not allowed in. There was high rate of inequalities where the black communities were blocked. This continued until the time the court ruled that equal chances at any public accommodation to be given to all Americans despite their race, religion and gender. Another reason showed racial discrimination before the modern civil rights movement was the fact that black people were not given equal chances like any other American to vote so as they can choose the leader of their own choice which led to the activist of civil right movement to lead other thousands of African-American to protest for their right to

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