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Post-Reproduction The South – legitimate status Greater part African Americans stayed in the South Post-1890 southern state and nearby govt. controlled by white Democrats
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Post-Reconstruction

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The South – lawful status Majority African Americans stayed in the South Post-1890 southern state and neighborhood govt. controlled by white Democrats Disenfranchisement gadgets – survey charges, proficiency tests, white essential decisions – evacuated southern blacks of their political rights e.g. Louisiana 130,000 voters 1896, 5,000 1898 1890-1910 isolation by law in every open facilitie: framework named Jim Crow Plessy versus Ferguson (1896) Supreme Court Case contemplated commanding separate offices, the length of they were equivalent, did not abuse the 14 th Amendment

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The South – societal position notwithstanding lawful confinements, African Americans anticipated that would adjust to unbending code of racial manners Blacks needed to enter places of whites and most open structures by the side or back entryway Encounters with whites obliged particular welcome (‘Sir’, ‘Mister’, ‘Miz’) Failure to fit in with this framework could bring about lynching: Between 1882 and 1930 no less than 3295 blacks were lynched in the US Murder or assault frequently refered to as support, yet happened for some different reasons: endeavoring to vote, talking back to white individual, monetary achievement

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The South - financial status 1 st half century most blacks stayed in the rustic South as tenant farmers and homestead workers, some as leaseholders or proprietors Scarcely influenced by industrialisation: most production line occupations held for poor whites Constituted a class of persecuted and devastate proletariat – denied upward portability and full privileges of citizenship

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What created these progressions? Withdrawal Northern troops 1877 Decline of Populist Party (political organization together between poor white southerners and blacks)1896 Growth of prejudice in the North (preservationist social Darwinism)

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The North Retained social liberties, including right to vote and right to hold office However, no satisfactory safeguard against extralegal separation denying equivalent access to occupations, lodging, training, police security and open comforts

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Black reaction South Opposition to dark political rights enormous and steady therefore… Dominant belief system accommodationist, excused social isolation, focused on monetary self improvement, conceded goals for full citizenship North Protest development, displayed on pre-Civil War abolitionism, rejected accommodationism and called for end of upheld isolation, disappointment, all freely endorsed segregation 1909 formation of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

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The Great War (WWI) Combination financial blast and confinement European movement gave new job chances to blacks in the North The ‘Great Migration’ – gigantic movement dark popl. from South to North, from nation to city 500,000 moved North somewhere around 1915 and 1920, 1 million in taking after decade Established new foundations, for example, storefront temples Centers of African American society: dark daily papers, jazz and soul night clubs, scholarly salons

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Effects of the Great Migration Profound impact race relations: segregation lodging business sector and inclination to live in ethnic neighborhoods delivered urban ghettos North not the guaranteed area: discover and keep not too bad occupations, viciousness in battle for living space, racial separation + social and social alteration from nation to city According to Alain Locke = making of “a New Negro” Harlem Renaissance – abstract and masterful development advancement social personality Black specialists and journalists transparently grasped their people society and African past – raised political cognizance and expanded dark social pride: “In the very procedure of being transplanted, the Negro is being transformed.”

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Garvey development Marcus Garvey, a dark Jamaican, brought his Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) to Harlem 1916 = biggest African American common association around then Claimed more than 1,000,000 individuals, for the most part in dark groups of urban North Garvey a dark patriot – tried to raise political awareness, race pride, financial force: container African logic In 1922, after disappointment of one UNIA business, the Black Star Line, Garvey indicted mail extortion, detained, ousted = development declined Garvey’s thoughts later impact Nation of Islam and Black Power Movement 1960s

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Positive changes Despite racial imbalances, monetary and instructive open doors were typically more prominent Less severe environment gave blacks political space to air grievances and mount challenge developments Regained right to vote in the North = lawmakers started to speak to dark intrigues NAACP working as authoritative hall, blacks in 1930s ready to square affirmation of supremacist judge to Supreme Court, verged on getting elected antilynching law through Congress

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Positive changes Developed first huge binds to composed work: joined nondiscriminatory unions in vehicle assembling, steel WWII work deficiencies, weights from dark associations and developments, and elected strategy empowering nondiscriminatory contracting got considerable build extent of blacks in enduring, moderately gifted occupations Gap between livelihoods of whites and dark started to close

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Race relations Increased enrollment in 1920s, 30s, including huge white participation Many white Americans felt strain between subordination of the Negro and Jeffersonian perfect American blacks influenced by both these strands: lighter cleaned blacks looked down on those darker than themselves, additionally knew were being dealt with unfairly

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The Great Depression Slowed relocation to urban areas Blacks stayed at base of financial step amid 1920s, hit hard by the discouragement In urban areas dark unemployment came to more than half, more than twice national normal Cotton costs dropped, driving thousands tenant farmers off area and into more noteworthy destitution 1929-32 sadness intensified: Herbert Hoover reacted gradually, utilizing a ‘trickle-down’ approach that profited few average workers Americans

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Increasing politicization In face of unrelieved enduring, blacks investigated new political arrangements Some got to be Communists or Socialists, some grasped youngster Congress of Industrial Organizations (recently open to African Americans) In 25 urban communities sorted out “Don’t Buy Where You Can’t Work” crusades to compel more evenhanded enlisting practices But, decision Franklin Delano Roosevelt implied numerous looked to government for backing

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The New Deal Collection of elected projects (e.g. Standardized savings) made by FDR to bring alleviation, recuperation, and change to the economy and the country Majority blacks moved loyalty from Republican to Democrat Mixed record of New Deal on race Federal restrooms, cafeterias, and secretarial pools were integrated, expanded number African Americans in second-level positions on Capitol Hill (Black Cabinet) FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt welcomed unmistakable blacks to the White House Black scholars partook in New Deal written work ventures: documentation servitude through meetings

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However… Critics took a gander at inability to address Jim Crow (trepidation of distancing white voters) Declined supporting enactment to make lynching an elected wrongdoing, albeit upbraided in talks Declined supporter banning survey charge and ‘grandfather clause’ Did not utilize help offices to test nearby examples segregation Nonetheless, 1930s brought new relationship between African Americans and the government

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Music and game Billie Holiday (jazz vocalist) Duke Ellington (jazz and soul artist) Paul Leroy Robeson (played for NFL, acted in movies and in front of an audience: blunt feedback bigotry and boycotted 1940s-50s, upheld by NAACP) Jesse Owens (Olympic Games gold medalist) While these abilities increased in value, frank feedback not. These individuals ‘in-between’ white and dark group, and on the off chance that they got to be political it could mean the end of their vocation

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WWII New Deal stemmed harm of despondency, WWII finished it Presented open doors and new methodologies for assaulting racial treachery Federal govt. required social concordance in face of global clash = govt. additional willing to submit to dark requests for change March-On Washington Movement 1941 showed viability of new strategy: peaceful direct activity – opened occupations in guard businesses surprisingly Joining the war, most dark concurred with “Double V” crusade = battling dictatorship abroad, while keeping on battling against Jim Crow at home

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Internal Unrest New chances to work in barrier commercial ventures implied relocation to port and modern urban communities Southern whites likewise moved to these refers to, carrying racial states of mind with them Frequent employment unsettling influences over employments and lodging in urban focuses amid the war 1943 these pressures emitted in full-scale riot in Detroit, while littler uproars happened in different urban areas

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Soldiers Black fighters victimized Segregation of military Most blacks prepared at camps in rustic south, improving probability racial strain Many joined the NAACP

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Effects on race relations War produced positive thinking and rising militancy among blacks notwithstanding accomplishment of MOWM, NAACP kept on testing the shading line, winning a legal triumph in 1944 against white essential races Membership of NAACP expanded from 50,000 in 1940 to 450,000 in 1946 New social liberties association, Congress of Rcail Equality (CORE) made in 1942: spearheaded sit-ins, picketing, other imaginative strategies. Effectively integrated eateries, motion picture theaters and so on in northern urban ar

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