Sharecropping was a system where these people would be out of work, and offered jobs at the places they were previously slaves at. They would be forced into working because they had to pay the owner for the land. This was another word for slavery, and these people were doing mandatory work without any reward. This was extremely unfair to these people, and left them at a huge economic disadvantage because they did not have any money, nor the means necessary to acquire any finances.
This image shows that many jobs were only hiring whites. The distrust and dislike towards black people made it difficult for them to find jobs. Like in the picture above, blacks were not even able to apply. This left them at a huge economic disadvantage than white people. This meant that the black people could only work the long, boring jobs which pay very little.
This document showed the financial differences between the races. This is economic disrimination because teachers in the same school would make different amounts of money based on their race.
Black people in America were represented negatively in society and culture during the Jim Crow Era, and were impersonated as bafoons.
Curfew hours signified a social disadvantage, because blacks were forced to stay inside their homes past a specific time. If they failed to follow this law, they would receive a penalty and punishment from the law enforcement. This was unfair socially because white citizens could leave their homes at any point without punishment.
Lynchings were a sign of social inequality, and injustice. Lynchings often took place when black citizens did not abide by Jim Crow Etiquette. When a black citizen made a white citizen angry, they would lynch them. This is socially unfair to the black people, because they are abiding by all physical laws of the country, and being hanged for not following these social ideas and social rules.
Aunt Jemima fit the stereotype that black woman are the house maid or nanny. She fits the criteria because she is overweight, and she has the characteristics that you would see the stereotype as.
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""Grandfather Clause" Enacted." "Grandfather Clause" Enacted | African American Registry. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Feb. 2017.
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