Racial Segregation in the 1930’s
Even though slavery was abolished, racial tension still ceased to evanesce
Many tried to annul racism to improve their future generation, but unfortunately, the hate continued.
Many were tormented and looked upon as an ignominy to the human race.
Racial Segregation still continued to flourish during this period of time, even in the school system.
Racial Injustice was made public, broadening racism to a new level.
Many attempts to obliterate racial segregation seemed to have failed.
Many were forced into Segregation by Racial Ordinance
Today, a new generation of Racial Injustice has been adopted: Racial Profiling
Many stigmas pertaining to certain ethnicities have breed Racial Injustice
Many states have continued to allow racial profiling to flourish
We must fight against racial inequality to become more diverse individuals.
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Racial Segregation In The 1930's and Racial Tension Today

  1. 1. Racial Segregation in the 1930’s
  2. 2. Even though slavery was abolished, racial tension still ceased to evanesce
  3. 3. Many tried to annul racism to improve their future generation, but unfortunately, the hate continued.
  4. 4. Many were tormented and looked upon as an ignominy to the human race.
  5. 5. Racial Segregation still continued to flourish during this period of time, even in the school system.
  6. 6. Racial Injustice was made public, broadening racism to a new level.
  7. 7. Many attempts to obliterate racial segregation seemed to have failed.
  8. 8. Many were forced into Segregation by Racial Ordinance
  9. 9. Today, a new generation of Racial Injustice has been adopted: Racial Profiling
  10. 10. Many stigmas pertaining to certain ethnicities have breed Racial Injustice
  11. 11. Many states have continued to allow racial profiling to flourish
  12. 12. We must fight against racial inequality to become more diverse individuals.

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