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Prejudice & Discrimination in the 1930s

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Reece Rabanal

on 19 April 2013

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By: Reece Rabanal Prejudice and Discrimination
during The Great Depression Introduction Discrimination
of Immigrants The hiring of women The pressures of the 1930s
Social Discrimination and Ant-Semitism
Discrimination and Deportation of Immigrants
Women in the
In comparison to
the 1920s The role of women
in the 1930s Social Discrimination
and Anti-Semitism Jewish immigrants
weren't accepted.
Didn't have a
refugee policy.
Kristallnacht helped
Jewish refugees.
Other groups were
being “last hired, first fired.” Bibliography In 1930 - 1934:
immigrants were
deported from Canada
By 1935, deportations
had increased
These numbers were
than deportation
in the 1920's.
People deported for other
reasons. Deportation of Immigrants Laws prevented
married women
from being hired
During the 1930s,
a lot of working,
married women
lost their jobs to unemployed men
had their wage cut down
It would take another world war
for more job opportunities In contrast to the 1920s... http://www.ataoc.ca/pp/en/popup-discrim.swf
Canadian Grade 10 History textbook
http://www.thestar.com/news/immigration/2013/02/15/canadas_immigration_history_one_of_discrimination_and_exclusion.html Anti-Semitism in Canada (1930's and 40's) Canadians used immigrants
as scapegoats.
"Foreign-born" immigrants
were deported.
If immigrants lost their job,
(the last to be hired),
they were deported
from Canada. During the 1920s,
Canadians let
immigrants do
This changed in the
jobs were appealing
unemployed Canadians.
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