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Imagine being separated from all society because of the color of your skin Would you think that this separation is fair Definitely not Down south in the old days blacks were segregated this way They were segregated in many ways We could categorize those ways into four main categories socially economically politically and religiously If you need proof continue reading my paper on Black segregation Blacks were segregated socially in many places The most important place in my opinion was school Blacks went to a special black school for the rejected blacks while white children got to go a school where they were sure to get an exceptional education and a good chance to go to college Blacks had to cope with a bad education and a slight chance to even graduate from high school Other places where blacks were segregated from whites were train station waiting rooms movies water fountains restaurants and even seats on a bus or a train On a bus or a train they would usually get a seat in the back with no windows The whites would get good seats Also even though whites and blacks had practically the same religion they would have to go to separate churches To me this makes no sense at all Why cant they all worship together Is the white god only accepting white people No What I noticed was that all the places that the blacks were segregated were places where white and black people could get together and socialize Whites wanted to train their children as they have been raised to stay away from the black race because black people were inferior and were not as good as the supreme Caucasians Economically the blacks were segregated harshly They were usually tenant farmers and brought their supplies such as seed and fertilizer from the white people The blacks were scared that if they stepped out of the epitome of
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