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Unformatted text preview: Women Suffrage 1) Seneca Falls Conference (1848): Declaration of Sentiments 2) 15 th amendment: black men allowed to vote 3) 1874: Minor v. Happersatt 4) NAWSA: National American Women Suffrage Association 5) NWP: National Womens Party a) Led by Alice Paul 6) 1912 a) Protest Marches b) Hunger Strikes Civil Rights Movement 1) Tripartite System of Racial Dominance a) Political Component (Exclusion) i) Disenfranchisement Laws: laws that were set in place to specifically hinder black voting rights (1) Poll Tax (2) Literacy Test (3) Grandfather Clause (4) Voucher System b) Social Subordination i) Segregation ii) 1846: Plessy v. Ferguson (separate but equal) c) Economic Exploitation & Marginalization i) Sharecropping 2) 1868-1877: Reconstruction a) Troops stationed throughout the south to protect the rights of African Americans 3) 1880s: Democrats regain control of southern state legislatures 4) Disfranchisement Laws: laws that were set in place to specifically hinder black voting rights...
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