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Vocabulary for Soc.

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N.A.A.C.P National association for the advancement of colored people.
reconcile To make up after a fight.
balck codes Restrictions on the rights of freed slaves.
reconstruction The 12 year period after the civil war ended. Usually by race.
segragation To seperate people into a group.
legacy To leave for another generation.
discrimination To treat others differntly because of how they look or act.
Jim crow laws were state and local laws enforcing racial segregation in the Southern United States
Election of 1876 The election for president that led to a compromise that ended reconsruction in 1877
Created by: Jhoana