Racial segregation

Racial segregation

Racial segregation in the American South didn't begin right after the Civil War. It was imposed in the 1890s when rich whites in the South feared the Populist movement bringing poor whites and blacks together. Segregation literally stopped the two sides from legally gathering together.

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