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Abraham Lincoln was elected President of US in 1861. He ended with slaveowning
People from the south of US didn't like these laws. North and South ended in a war. In the end, people from the North won and slaveowning became illegal.
After 1865, there were no more black slaves in America. But black people in the South didn't have the same rights.
This place is only for white people!
In the Second World War, black soldiers fought bravely for America. Even so, they were segregated. They couldn't fight beside white soldiers
Black soldiers had seen that in other countries, black and white people had the same rights. So when they returned to America, they claimed for their rights.
After World War II, many whites realized that their conuntry was racist. White politicians started to listen to black people and black people were ready for a leader, they were ready for Martin L. King.
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