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10/1 desegregation vs. forced integration Fullilove- urban renewal and forces segregations Massey- segregation and the continuing segregation among blacks, across all classes Internal colonies- black urban neighborhoods where residents don’t own the area “Going Back to T Town” movie Tulsa, OK race riots Greenwood- one of wealthiest black enclaves Attempting to rebuild Legal segregation until 1954 Prosperous- money stayed within the community Self-contained 1907 OK became a state, but was quickly segregated and blacks were not welcome in downtown Tulsa blacks moved to Greenwood and had money- they invested it internally and started businesses 3 ambulances run by the funeral home 2 black public schools, a black public library, 13 churches financial, social, political independence, “maybe even some clout” largest black business in the US KKK rampant- included members of police, only 4 blocks from center of black town, had to pass through to get to school Local newspapers supported white violence
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2009 for the course SOC 011 taught by Professor Nopper during the Spring '08 term at UPenn.

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