Treatment of African Americans By: Yousef A and Nicholas G


The treatment of African Americans was very unfair. The African Americans were also neglected. They were not in slavery but they were still hated. They lived mainly in poverty and not in rich houses.


They were not allowed to vote or talk to white people. They were not allowed to have the same jobs as the white people. Most bosses kept jobs to the white. If the blacks got a job they would be paid less than the white. People would say "No jobs for the black until every white person has a job."

Loving between white and black

The blacks had no electricity. Most lived in shot gun houses. Most of the blacks on southern communities in the 1930s grew up on plantations. Shotgun houses means they're small houses. Living conditions were not very good for the black community.

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