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  • 1. Black History
    By: SohZheng Yang
    2P325
  • 2. Agenda
    Slavery
    The Civil War
    Jim Crow Laws
    The Civil Rights Movement
    Montgomery Bus Boycott and Scottsboro Trails
    Trails of a true Southern Belle and Southern Gentlemen
    Harper Lee
  • 3. Slavery
    Began from 1760 BC
    The maritime town of Lagos, Portugal, was the first slave market created for the sale of imported African slaves.
    Most of the slaves were brought from Mauritania.
    Whites from Southern State traditionally bought and owned black slaves.
    Slaves had to follow everything that is commanded by the owner
  • 4. Slavery
    In relation with To Kill a mockingbird:
    - Both discriminated the Blacks
    - In the novel, Blacks are always wrongly accused though they are innocent
    - Blacks have to obey the owner’s command, if not, they will be tortured.
  • 5. The Civil War
    Southern States:
    - Texas, Florida, Georgia, Washington DC, Maryland
    Lincoln called for troops to proclaim war against the Southern States as he do not want it to expand
    - To allow the Blacks to have their own rights
    The war lasted for 4 years from 1961- 1965
    Deadliest war in American’s history
  • 6. The Civil War
    Cause of the war
    -  The South had lost control of Congress, and was no longer able to silence calls for an end to slavery
    - Northern State destroyed Slavery completely
  • 7. The Civil War
    In relation with To kill a mockingbird:
    - It was between the Blacks and Whites as Tom Robinson had to “fight” with Mayella in the courthouse to prove his innocence.
  • 8. Jim Crow Laws
    A song
    State and local laws in the United States enacted between 1876 and 1965. 
    Describe the Racial segregation between the Blacks and Whites
    Whites were having more advantages in almost everything
    African Americans were unhappy as they were not treated the same way
  • 9. Jim Crow Laws
    In relation with to kill a mockingbird:
    - Tom Robinson was wrongly accused by the Whites that he raped Mayella which he was actually innocent.
  • 10. The Civil Rights Movement
    Began in 1950
    Every citizen has the same rights by law, practical issues of discrimination remained.
     African-American Civil Rights Movement
    - Black Christian leaders and their white allies joined together to challenge the immoral system of racial segregation.
    Chicano Movement 
    - Encompassed a broad cross section of issues—Education, political rights, etc.
  • 11. The Civil Rights Movement
    President John kennedy supported it
    In the end, the Africans Americans are as equal as the Whites.
    In relation with To kill a mockingbird:
    - Atticus took up Tom Robinson raping case so as to help him fight for his innocence
  • 12. Montgomery Blue Boycott and Scottsboro Trails
    Fighting for the rights of blacks in transport as they were biased towards the whites and they have to give up their seats to the whites.
    Nine black teenaged boys accused of rape in Alabama.
    - Tom Robinson was also wrongly accused of raping Mayella.
  • 13. Trails of a true Southern Belle and Southern Gentlemen
    Southern Belle: A young woman of the American Old South's upper class.
    Southern Gentlemen: Good manners and respect
    Relation with To kill a mockingbird
    Atticus: Polite and respect towards
    the elders and Blacks.
    Bob Ewell: Violent, discriminate the
    Blacks.
  • 14. Harper Lee
    Born on 1926 in Alabama
    Pursued a law degree at the University of Alabama.
    None except To kill a mockingbird
    Awarded the pulitzer prize
    To kill a mockingbird was significant to her:
    - Only novel published
    - Dill was inspired by Lee's childhood friend and neighbour