MP3: End of Slavery to Segregation

15.06.2013

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End of Slavery to Segregation MP3

University of Kansas professor Shawn Leigh Alexander teaches a class on the period following the end of slavery to the beginning of segregation. Professor Alexander discusses the failed Civil Rights Act of 1875, the Supreme Court‘s 1896 "separate but equal" ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson, and the work of African American journalist Ida B. Wells to expose the horrors of lynching in the United States. Source: c-span.org

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