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Racial Hatred and Discrimination.

My English project on racial hatred and discrimination in the 1930's. This is for the background information on "To Kill A Mockingbird."

Nina Goad

on 8 March 2011

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Transcript of Racial Hatred and Discrimination.

Racial Hatred
Discrimination Nina Goad
6th period
3/4/11 What is Racial Hatred and Discrimination? Discrimination- the unfair treatment of a person or group on the basis of prejudice Hatred- a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action. (Miller 3) Where did Racial Discrimination and Hatred occur? All over the U.S. Who did it affect? Native Americans
African Americans Asian Americans Hispanic Americans (Southwest) (Fox 1) (Wikipedia 1) Why did it occur? Racial stratification One of the effects of slavery in the U.S. (Wikipedia 1) What groups/organizations were involved? The Discriminators: Ku Klux Klan Fighting for Equality: NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) (Fox 1) How did Racial Hatred and Discrimination affect colored people economically? The Great Depression + Discrimination = Disasterous NAACP continued to fight for jobs 1/2 of all African Americans were out of work (Race Relations 1) How did Racial Hatred and Discrimination affect colored people politically? Colored people generally voted Republican President Franklin Roosevelt was a pattern-changer (Race Relations 1) Was violence still prevalent? Yes! Lynching 1932- 8 cases 1933- 28 CASES! How does this relate to
To Kill A Mockingbird? Set in the 1930's Main theme- Contrast between the good and evil in people (Race Relations 1) Incorporated in Major Characters (Spark Notes Editors 5) Works Cited
Princeton University.3 February 2011.Web.3 March 2011. 1930's.
The New Yorker Magazine.Web.3 March 2011.
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II,1929-1945: Race Relations."

Library of Congress.26 September 2002.Web.3 March 2011. Spark Notes Editors."Spark Note on To Kill A Mockingbird." Spark Notes LLC. 2002. 24 February Fox,Levi."Issues of Race in the "Urban and Urbane." "Great Depression and World War The Learning Page. Miller,George. "Definition of Hatred and Wordnet. "Racism in the United States." Wikipedia. 2011.Web.3 March 2011. Sparknotes.com. March 2011. 2011. March Web. 3
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