Abolishment of Modern slavery in America


Black Reconstruction, Civil war, sexual abuse, gun violence, feudalism, women


The Black Reconstruction in America is the period that came right after the Civil war had ended.  This saw the revision of many previous laws and statutes that gave the African Americans freedom to do many things that previously they didn't have rights over. The revision and abolishment of the Jim Crow laws somehow saw the right to vote not only by Black Americans put in place but also the right to vote for women. This essay has majorly focused on the women in Mississippi and other places where the abolishment of slavery liberalized these women to the point that some even became school heads, albeit with challenges.


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