Social And Political Status Of African American Education 1910-1960

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The historical events that shaped the social and political status of African American education between 1910 and 1960 revolved mainly around the issues of slavery. The constrained African American education was mainly applied as a method quelling fears of slavery rebellions, which intensified the African American people’s desire for education. After the abolition of slavery, education for African American people was consigned to poorly funded and segregated educational institutions. Racial segregation in the US was a term that included segregation of services and facilities including medical care, education, housing, transportation, and employment along racial lines. This implies that segregation referred to social and legal enforced separation
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