Social Studies 8R help!!!!
posted by Laruen on .
On my study guide my teacher gave the class it says voter suppression
in my textbook it says the definition of suppression
is that the definition?
Voter suppression means that some people try to keep some people from voting.
Voter suppression happened a lot in the South before the Civil Rights movement. Often African-Americans had to pass hard reading tests to be able vote. Some were even threatened and harrassed at the polls.
More recently, some states require picture identification in order to vote. The long, long lines and waiting times in Florida is another form of voter suppression.
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What was the role of the Freedmen's Bureau? Why were some southern Whites angry with the bureau?
I think the southern whites were angry because the freedmen bureau gave food and cloth to farmers slaves tried to find jobs for freedmen
Is that also the role of the freedmen?
I think you mean that the whites were angry because the Freedmen's Bureau gave food to FORMER slaves and tried to find jobs for them.
am i correct?
ok thank you! :)
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