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These resources highlight the ways in which slavery did not end with the Civil War.  Although the term “slave” was no longer used, blacks were subjugated to sharecropping roles, limited educational opportunities and unfair judicial practices.  Teachers can address behavioral science, economic  geographic and social science education standards through the integration of this important period of American history.  The relationship between the restrictions placed on the African-American population that  persisted well into the 20th century and the current economic, health, social  and judicial challenges that continue to impact Black Americans today is made clear.
Subject:
U.S. History
Level:
Middle School, High School
Material Type:
Reference Material
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Date Added:
04/10/2022

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