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African American Education in the 1930s South
Transcript of African American Education in the 1930s South
Black Schoolroom. N.d. Photograph. America's Black Holocaust MuseumWeb. 24 Apr 2013. <http://www.abhmuseum.org/2012/09/education-for-blacks-in-the-jim-crow-south/>.
Decades, American . "Education for African Americans – FREE Education for African Americans information | Encyclopedia.com: Find Education for African Americans research."Encyclopedia.com | Free Online Encyclopedia. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2013. <http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3468301124.html>.
Edmonds, Rick. "Jim Crow: Shorthand for Seperation." Trans. Array Springboard English Textual Power Level 4. 2011. 347-350. Print.
"Education for African Americans." American Decades: 1930-1939. Ed. Vincent Tompkins. Vol. 4. Gale Cengage, 1995. eNotes.com. 12 Apr, 2013 <http://www.enotes.com/1930-education-american-decades/>
EDUCATION FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS." WILSON, ANNA VICTORIA. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Apr. 2013.
Fireside, Harvey, and Sarah Betsy. Fuller. Brown v Board of Education: Equal Schooling for All. Hillside, NJ: Enslow, 1994. Print.
McNeese, Tim. “the Briggs V. Elliot Case.” Brown v. Board of Education: integrating America’s schools. New York: Chelsea House, 2007. 69-70. Print. African American Education in the 1930s South Amna Bashir, Amanda Eberhard, Cat Tallmadge, and Ashleigh Walker Conclusion In conclusion, African American schools were treated very poorly due to prejudice by school boards and the Jim Crow laws. As a result of these limitations, the African American community was not given the proper education they deserved. African American schools were treated inferior compared to white schools. includes laws 7, 14, 22, 24, 25, 26, 28, 32, 33 School Days The average expenditure for African Americans "was fifteen [dollars]" per pupil per year. On Their Own African American schools were underfunded "because white southern school boards denied black taxpayers the funds necessary to construct black schools". Without the board's help, "blacks pooled their limited resources and embarked on programs of school construction". Results of Underfunding African Americans had "ramshackle, segregated schools" Prejudice African American school year duration was "about four days shorter than that for white children". One reason the white board lowered the blacks is because "Whites feared that blacks would challenge white supremacy". The poorly treated schools "marked blacks with a stigma of inferiority and the status of second-class citizenship" To get to school, "some students had to walk as far as eight miles to their classes, because there was no school bus available". Walking the Distance Classrooms For whites, the expenditure "per year was eighty dollars". Out of two hundred southern counties, none of them "[had] a single high school for black students". However, "every one of these counties possessed a school for whites". These schools "had fewer books. worse buildings, and less well paid teachers." In the South, "black students... were crowded into one room and [schools] were poorly equipped.” N.d. Photograph. Library of VirginiaWeb. 24 Apr 2013. <http://www.lva.virginia.gov/exhibits/brown/road.htm>.
School Near Summerville, South Carolina 1938. N.d. Photograph. SciwayWeb. 18 Apr 2013. <http://www.sciway.net/afam/sc-historically-black-schools.html>.
Sketch of 1866 African American Classroom in Charleston. N.d. Photograph. SciwayWeb. 18 Apr 2013. <http://www.sciway.net/afam/sc-historically-black-schools.html>.
Study & Research America 1930-1939: Education."Bookrags.com. N.p.. Web. 16 Apr 2013. <http://www.bookrags.com/history/america-1930s-education/sub5.html>. Works Cited Basically, all the laws separate African Americans from equal education Research Question