Segregation And Racial Injustice

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Segregation is an injustice towards blacks. Injustice is a lack of fairness or justice. Segregation is the separation of humans, according to their race or color. Segregation started in 1849 and lasted until 1950, this time was often called “The Segregation Era”. Many colored people hated the fact of being separated but only a few took a stand and did something about it. Three greatly known people are Rosa parks, Martin Luther King Jr., and Jimmie Lee Jackson. Rosa Parks was a civil rights activist. She was born on February 4, 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama. Her refusal to give up a seat to a white man on a bus caused Rosa to be thrown in jail. This caused a citywide bus boycott. The city had no choice except to lift the law of segregation on city

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