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Abolitionists Frederick Douglas was the editor of an abolitionist newspaper.
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On a side note. . . Are they related?
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Harriet Tubman  Helped slaves escape via the Underground Railroad.
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John Brown He and his sons brutally murdered 5 slave masters in Kansas. (1858) Tried to incite a slave revolt
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Reconstruction 1865- 77 After the Civil War 1861-1865, the federal government made strides toward equality. Blacks voted, held many political offices. The Freedmen’s Bureau was a govt program to help Blacks find land, it established schools and colleges.
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Reconstruction The Fourteenth Amendment guaranteed all citizens with equal protection under the law. The Fifteenth Amendment said the right to vote shall not be denied on the basis of race.
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However. . . The Supreme Court decided in Plessy vs. Ferguson that separate institutions are okay if they are equal. Jim Crow laws required that Blacks have separate facilities.
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Dallas Bus Station
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Jim Crow Laws
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Texas sign
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Jim Crow Laws
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Jim Crow Laws
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Jim Crow Laws
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NAACP Founded in 1909 by W.E.B. Dubois Fought for equality
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NAACP fought in the  courts Thurgood Marshall was hired by the NAACP to argue in the Supreme Court against school segregation. He won. He was later the 1 st Black Supreme Court Justice.
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Thurgood Marshall
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