racial tensions

Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861Free Black People in Antebellum America, 1820-1861
The North, however, saw the development of a distinct black elite, replete with businessmen, clergy, doctors, lawyers, artists, musicians, and writers
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Teaching for Understanding Unit RedesignTeaching for Understanding Unit Redesign
Do not delete the black writing prompts. Tables sometimes “misbehave” at page breaks; to be sure you have included all sections, you might want to print the template before completing it
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Japanese American Internment and its Lasting Legacy Karrah Petruska, 2005Japanese American Internment and its Lasting Legacy Karrah Petruska, 2005
United States; it was the result of existing prejudices transformed by wartime hysteria and fueled by economic motives and lacking leadership
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How far is it accurate to describe black Americans and other ethnic minorities as second class citizens in the period 1945-53?How far is it accurate to describe black Americans and other ethnic minorities as second class citizens in the period 1945-53?
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