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Political Situations in the 1930s

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He-Man Jones

on 21 April 2016

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Transcript of Political Situations in the 1930s

Alabama's Political Situations in the 1930s
Zénon Lambert-Dufour and Winton Si
The Klu Klux Klan
The Klu Klux Klan was a group of racist whites/Cristians that discriminated black people in violent ways.
The Outfit
The Jim Crow Laws
The Jim crow laws were laws that enforced racial segregation in the Southern states in the US.
Examples of Jim Crow Laws in Alabama
Seperated Schools for blacks and whites

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Blacks and whites had different toilet facilities
White female nurses aren't allowed to take care of black males
A white male cannot leave their spouse for a black, and a black cannot leave a white
It is illegal to run a restaurant where blacks and whites are served together
Blacks and whites had different waiting rooms for waiting for a train
Officers couldn't bury blacks on the same ground where they buried whites
It was illegal for a blacks and whites to play a game of pool or billiards in the company of one another
Blacks and whites couldn't play or even be together in a game of cards, checkers, dice or dominoes
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KKK wrote this Message
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In conclusion!
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