Legacy of Slavery Essay

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Slavery’s Legacy and its Lasting Impact How different was the extreme KKK supporters from Nazi Germany and Hitler? Intro o Independence statement o Equiano to support superior statement o Still affected from repercussions of slavery and racial segreagation/inequalities Body o 1) Demeening blacks to the point that they feel inferior and have a lowered self- esteem Don’t feel they have ability to be successful o 6) Harsh laws Literacy - whipping Black Codes Segregation Education o 2) Sexual Exploitation of black women Men couldn’t defend o 3) Multi-racial families due to slave owners
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