Voices of a People's History
Voices of a People's History

TEACHING GUIDE – CHAPTER 17 – “THE BLACK UPSURGE AGAINST RACIAL SEGREGATION”

In 1950, about two percent of all African Americans in the southern states were registered to vote, black children attended schools with few of the basic amenities needed to create a true learning environment, and all southern blacks were forced to use separate and unequal public facilities. In was in these circumstances that the civil-rights movement began.

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