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African American Education

African American Education - African-Americans and...

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African-Americans and Schooling Political Economy Ideology Schooling
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Political Economy Reconstruction 1865-1877 Thirteenth Amendment Freedmen's Bureau Rebuilding the South without slavery at its center Higher education and political power for African Americans
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Redemption 1877 White southerners regain control White supremacy laws and voting requirements for blacks established Destroyed African American gains of Reconstruction
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African American Schooling Vague references to education in state constitutions give way to frameworks for universal public schooling in Reconstruction Redemption brought renewed efforts to shift resources to white schools, strip blacks of voting rights, and reconfigure constitutions Resource disparities Funding Days taught Black communities, churches, and private citizens supported schools while disparities increased, beginning around 1890
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Booker T. Washington Washington era featured worst treatment of black public education since slavery supported state-enforced illiteracy took accommodationist stance
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