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Johnson was probably better known in the 1920s for his literary efforts than for hisleadership of the NAACP. He played an active role, as an author and as a supporter ofyoung talent, in what has come to be called the Harlem Renaissance. Johnson urged writersand other artists to draw on everyday life in African-American communities for theircreative inspiration. He played the role of a father figure to a number of young writers,including Claude McKay and Langston Hughes, whose often blunt prose and poetry drewcondemnation from more genteel critics.

Slavery was low in Texas up until the Texas revolution because of mexican anti-slavery attitudes. By the civil war there were over 182,000 slaves in Texas making up 1/3 of the staes population. After reconstruction 100,000 african americans were registered to vote but by 1903 jim crow laws cut this number to 5000.
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Following the Civil War, the nation faced a new challenge – integrating African Americans within the whole of society, while at the same time regaining order of the Southern states. This period of time known as the Reconstruction proved to be a second war. On the one hand, it was a war fought within the courts, with the federal government left to ensure that certain amendments and regulations be carried out in the segregated, shattered south. This was a task that proved to be beyond daunting - filled with violent and brutal rejections to comply. Racism that had so long fueled a society intent on justifying actions that began centuries ago would not be something easily left behind. Therefore, we find mobs (not just in the south) taking “justice” into their own hands. Resistance in the form of Black Codes, Jim Crow Laws, the Ku Klux Klan, miscegenation laws, sharecropping, etc… developed in the South to keep a permanent class of 2nd hand citizens despite the passage of such legislation as the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments. The law was an inconsistent thing, as seen with Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896. How could you on one hand be considered a legal citizen of the United States, yet on the other, be forced to be have separate facilities? It was not until 1954 that separate but equal was ruled to be inherently unequal. That is almost 100 years after the Civil War, and that decision of Board v. Board of Education was only the beginning of the 20th century Civil Rights Movement. The end of the Civil War was only the beginning a long, slow, painful process of emancipation.

Oct 08, 2012 · The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (renamed the Community of Christ in 2000), one of the inheritors of the legacy of early Mormonism who developed a moderate theological position and coalesced as a recognizable group beginning in 1851, has never imposed official restrictions on African American …
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Although Democratic Presidential candidate Samuel Tilden won the popular vote, Southern Democratic leaders agree to support Rutherford Hayes's efforts to obtain the disputed electoral votes of Florida, Louisiana and South Carolina in exchange for the withdrawal of the last federal troops from the South and the end of federal efforts to protect the civil rights of African Americans.

African American Butt Lift in Atlanta, GA African American women tend to gain the majority of their weight in their thighs and buttox. For a better shape and younger look we want to lift everything up removing excess, saggy skin that has developed as a result of weight loss, aging, gravity or genetics.
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