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Black History

  1. 1. Black History<br />Done by: Sim Zhao Xiang (24)<br />2p3<br />
  2. 2. slavery started in the early 1400 Britan was taking ships over to Africa and taking natives to America were they worked on plantations with no pay and some either use the railroad to escape or brought there freedom but doing extra work for others and getting paid<br />prehistoric man the jews where slaves in Egypt which surley predates 1400 BC or AD <br />Slavery<br />
  3. 3. The southern states were plantation states, consisting of large work forces of African-Americans who were brought over to north America by slave-traders. <br />They were normally African – Americans.<br />Slaves had to follow laws the whites did not have to.<br />No more than groups of 3 as they might plan to escape<br />Slavery<br />
  4. 4. No weapons as they might shoot / kill their owner<br />Needed a written pass to leave as owners wanted full control<br />Reading or writing might allow them to think of escape plans.<br />the black people are made to work as slaves, similar to the prejudice against black people in tkamb and they were treated very badly as well.<br />Slavery<br />
  5. 5. Southern United States and Northern battle sites including Antietam and Gettysburg<br />During the 1861–1865 as it was caused by Slavery, Sectionalism, Nationalism, and honor States' rights, Slave power, Tariffs<br />Abraham Lincoln, had campaigned against the expansion of slavery beyond the states in which it already existed<br />The Civil War<br />
  6. 6. It is a song name. It is the local laws used in America from 1876 to 1965<br />Blacks were treated differently and showed displeasure as they felt it was unfair<br />In tkamb, Tom as a black, was accused of raping a white when we did not and was convicted by the judge as there was a prejudice towards blacks and were unfairly treated. He felt that there was no justice in the world as he tried to escape<br />Jim Crow Laws<br />
  7. 7. began in the 1950s<br />worldwide political movement for equality before the law<br />Guinea-Bissau War of Independence was an armed conflict and national liberation struggle in Portuguese Guinea (modern Guiné-Bissau) between 1963 and 1974.<br />Civil Rights Movement<br />
  8. 8. Other changes included the creation of the Régie des Rentes du Québec (Quebec Pension Plan) and new labour codes that made unionizing easier and gave workers the right to strike.<br />President John F kennedy supported it. <br />African Americans are same as white and should be treated fairly <br />Civil Rights Movement<br />
  9. 9. Atticus as a white, fought for the rights of Tom Robinson a black which is. The civil rights movement was a movement for equality before law, which is similar to the incident.<br />Civil Rights movement<br />
  10. 10. Both the incidents fight the rights of black as transport did not allow them to take whereas white could take them which is an act of discrimination<br />Black man was accused of a case of rape. Similar to tkamb whereby they did not commit it but were accused by white and were biased.<br />Montgomery Bus Boycott and Scottsboro Trials<br />
  11. 11. Southern Belle, knows of ballroom dancing and can execute and practices proper etiquette throughout and good penmanship.<br />Southern gentlemen, full of humility and respect for others. <br />Traits of a true Southern Belle and Southern Gentleman<br />
  12. 12. Similar to Atticus as a southern gentlemen helping a black when he is white which shows no signs of prejudice, having respect for others as well.<br />Unlike Bob, who discriminates against blacks and is ruthless.<br />Traits of a true Southern Belle and Southern Gentleman<br />
  13. 13. Born in 1936 , Alabana<br />Studied law<br />It was significant as Dill was inspired by childhood friend and it reflects on racism and prejudice against black people which is a meaningful and uncommon topic.<br />Harper Lee<br />
  14. 14. THANK YOU<br />