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  1. Agenda (th 2/21, fri 2/22) • Bell Ringer – From Section 17.1 in your textbook and P. 532-3, find 3 more facts, names or examples to add to each column in your HW Organizer on the Progressive Era. You may work with a partner. • On a flipchart – discuss the HW – have them talk about their lists – review Progs • Jungle/muckraker clip/excerpt • Segregation and Discrimination Post-Recon Era • Notes w/GO • Notes and Poem on BTW and WEB dB • Hand out review packet • Check rough drafts/finalize cards

  2. Bell Ringer (Th/Fri) • From Section 17.1 in your textbook and p. 532-3, find 3 more facts, names or examples to add to each column in your HW Organizer on the Progressive Era. • You may work with a partner.

  3. Progressive Reforms

  4. Segregation and Discrimination

  5. In The South: • Segregation through Jim Crow laws • Limited freedoms for African-Americans • Separation of races in public and private facilities • Schools, hospitals, parks, buses, trains • Voting Restrictions • Literacy test • Poll tax • Grandfather clause • Physical Violence • Ku Klux Klan • Lynchings and Beatings

  6. Plessy v. Ferguson • African-Americans look to the courts to protect their rights • 1896 – Plessy vs. Ferguson • Supreme Court ruled that “SEPARATE BUT EQUAL” did not violate the 14th Amendment (legal equality) • Allowed segregation and Jim Crow laws in the South, as long as “equal” services were provided

  7. The North: • “The Great Migration” • Blacks moved to Northern cities for better paying jobs and social equality • Still faced racial discrimination • Segregated neighborhoods • Workplace discrimination

  8. RESPONSES OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS

  9. Ida B. Wells • She led an anti-lynching crusade • Called for the federal government to take action

  10. Booker T. Washington • Founded Tuskegee Institute • Path to equality is through vocational education and economic success • Criticized for accepting segregation

  11. W.E.B. Du Bois • Demanded immediate political equality and civil rights for African-Americans • Formed the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in 1909 • Ph.D. from Harvard • Founded the Niagara Movement: to promote university education for African-Americans

  12. Assignment Read the poem “Booker T. and W.E.B” Answer all the questions in complete sentences.