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IntroductionIn the United States today we are told that we dont have segregation and that segregation mainly happened in the south during the World War I and World War II era Being told we dont have segregation is very interesting if you look around think of who you are friends with see who everyone else is friends with and look in the media School segregation is still a part of our society today even if its not as bad as the World War I and II era because children are raised that everyone is equal but dont see the adults acting like it isDescription of the PicturesSchool segregation can be displayed in many different ways when you search for it on the internet In most of the pictures there were mainly black kids sitting in a classroom working and listening to the teacher In a couple there was a mix of both white and black children sitting in the classroom working In one picture there is a white girl talking to a black girl while sitting in the classroom In another picture there is a mother and daughter hugging while holding a sign and the little girl is crying In a couple pictures there are blacks holding signs and frowning while walking around There was a picture of black kids being escorted to class by black soldiers and they were all frowning There was only one picture of kids in a classroom with black and white kids and all of them smiling There was a newspaper article that said school segregation banned Analysis of the PicturesThe majority of the pictures were of African Americans but some had a mix of African Americans and whites Even though there was a mix of African Americans and whites there was still separation between the two races The separation of the two races was either by the row of desks that they sat in or in front and back
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