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Advancement Empowerment for African-Americans
A look at the progress of African-Americans.
# 66648 | 2,314 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2006 | US

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This paper explores how the African-American people have developed themselves through legal slavery and other injustices brought upon them by the whites. It looks at how they as a people have developed despite the odds against them. The author looks how every success that the blacks achieved was through wars, strikes and joint efforts of whites and blacks together. The paper concludes with the author's own personal opinion that the fight for equality is far from over. Outline: The Black Family The Family The Concept of Sharecropping Formation of the Black Church Education Black Migration World War II

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"After filing by 38 members of post war separate petition by the Fairfield Baptist Church in Northumberland County in Virginia in 1867 marked the beginning of a social status to the African American on religious matters and separated the whites from the blacks to different churches. The Black Churches spread rapidly throughout the South. By 1895, the various Baptist Associations had formed themselves into the National Baptist Convention of America representing 3 million African American Baptists in the South."

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