progressives support.....wait forgot sorry
The Progressive reformers believed that they had a right in making policies. They had a strong resentment towards the government which they viewed as dictatorial.
Ida B. Wells
Marcus Garvey attempted to lead the "Back to Africa" movement which was about African Americans immigrating to Africa. Despite his lack of success, he went on to from the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) which helped improve the lives of poor African Americans.
Theodore Roosevelt was the Bull Moose candidate in 1912.
By the way, that election 100 years ago was the last time that neither the Republican Party candidate nor the Democratic Party candidate ended up in second place in a U. S. Presidential election.
Back to Africa.
The direct initiative reform
In 1911, there was a factory that made shirtwaists in New York City. A shirtwaist was a kind of woman's blouse. The name of the company was the Triangle Shirtwaist Company, so their factory was called the Triangle Shirtwaist factory.
In March 1911, there was a disastrous fire in the factory and 146 employees, most young women, died in the fire or jumped to their deaths to avoid the fire.
That factory fire came to be called the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire or the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire.
Homer Plessy was 1/8 (.123%) black.
promoted laws against child labor
That place that were integrated were segregated.
He was a troublemaker, and he learnt in South Africa
the horrors of lynching and the reasons behind it
It determined a persons status under the black codes- APEX!
Institute of Race Relations was created in 1958.
The ex-slaves were often considered as competitors for the jobs in the town and not welcomed. Towns that did not have any blacks often did not want any poorly educated, poor people who spoke with a Southern dialect and so made it hard for them to find housing and jobs.
Fight for their civil rights
Based on the information in this reading passage, what did Pip think of the man's last statement?
It was rude A+