The fight for equality.
Racial inequality ran rampant in the Northern states as well as in the South during the late 1960's. It was a different kind of racism though. The segregation in the Northern states differed in the fact that it wasn't printed on signs saying, "white only", more that it was ingrained into the system of society and became a part of everyday life. It affected where African Americans could live, work, how much political power they held within society, and affected them on a personal level as they felt the racial discrimination and dealt with the injustice of racism. There were many movements t…
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