Agreement on how to count slaves for representation in Congress



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agreement on how to count slaves for representation in Congress

  • agreement on how to count slaves for representation in Congress



"It is found by experience, that freed Negroes and mulattoes are idle and slothful, and often prove burdensome to the neighborhood wherein they live, and are of evil examples to slaves.“

  • "It is found by experience, that freed Negroes and mulattoes are idle and slothful, and often prove burdensome to the neighborhood wherein they live, and are of evil examples to slaves.“

  • Delaware's Act of 1767



where slavery was illegal, i.e. Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New York, California, Oregon

  • where slavery was illegal, i.e. Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New York, California, Oregon

  • where slavery was legal, i.e. South Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi





movement to make slavery illegal

  • movement to make slavery illegal

  • system that helped slaves escape and travel to free states or Canada

















a conflict of both economics and racism

  • a conflict of both economics and racism







law that made slavery illegal in the US

  • law that made slavery illegal in the US

  • law that gave all men the right to vote in the US, regardless of race/color



period after the Civil War when the Confederate states were supposed to be rebuilt or improved

  • period after the Civil War when the Confederate states were supposed to be rebuilt or improved



all the stereotypes of black people; also laws and attitudes towards black people after the Civil War

  • all the stereotypes of black people; also laws and attitudes towards black people after the Civil War

  • a racist form of ‘entertainment’ where white people dress up as black people









system of agriculture that kept black people in poverty after the Civil War

  • system of agriculture that kept black people in poverty after the Civil War



racist organization started by former Confederate soldiers and supporter

  • racist organization started by former Confederate soldiers and supporter



system of laws and behavior that kept black and white people separate for about 100 years

  • system of laws and behavior that kept black and white people separate for about 100 years







first major legal win in the Civil Rights movement, involving a little girl in 1954

  • first major legal win in the Civil Rights movement, involving a little girl in 1954



black high school students in 1957 who wanted to attend a school that previously had only had white students

  • black high school students in 1957 who wanted to attend a school that previously had only had white students









a peaceful demonstration started by university students in 1960 in North Carolina

  • a peaceful demonstration started by university students in 1960 in North Carolina



method of keeping undesirable people (i.e. blacks) from exercising their political rights as citizens

  • method of keeping undesirable people (i.e. blacks) from exercising their political rights as citizens









a 14-year-old black boy who was murdered for whistling at a white woman in 1955; one of the major events that sparked the Civil Rights movement

  • a 14-year-old black boy who was murdered for whistling at a white woman in 1955; one of the major events that sparked the Civil Rights movement



a political activist murdered by the KKK in 1963

  • a political activist murdered by the KKK in 1963



a black and white couple got married, but moved to a place where that was illegal; their battle changed the laws across the US

  • a black and white couple got married, but moved to a place where that was illegal; their battle changed the laws across the US



  • law that made it illegal to discriminate against people in general based on race

  • law that made it illegal to discriminate against people in housing (i.e. who you sold a house or rented an apartment to) based on race






























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