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  • People are too needy! They need to learn how to survive themselves and without too much help from the government. 
  • I will help this country with the New Deal! We will fight this depression!
  • African Americans in the 1930s were in really bad shape when the Depression started. "They were known as the last hired and the first fired."
  • This is where you'll be staying, thanks to Roosevelt, we were able to provide homes like this to others.
  • Thank goodness! I haven't eaten or worked in days!
  • African Americans entered the depression well before the 1929 stock market crash. When the depression hit, they lost their primary jobs in farms due to machinery and moved towards southern, northern, and western cities. President Hoover did little to aid people during the Depression, he thought that people should rely on themselves and charities should do everything.
  • From now on, you'll be working for me.
  • President Franklin D. Roosevelt created something called the New Deal. A series of organizations that stepped forward to fight the Depression. African Americans prospered from this and were happy. Unlike Hoover, Roosevelt believed that the government should step in and help.
  • The New Deal programs of the 1930s worked to better the lives of African Americans. Organizations helped give low-cost public housing to those struggling. Especially those who no longer had a home.Programs such as the Civilian Conservation Corps helped African American youths receive an education
  • Other programs such as the Work Progress Administration helped African Americans find jobs.
  • Yes sir!
  • As African Americans prospered, they were able to live an easier life. Despite discrimination, African Americans found jobs and had families. The New Deal strengthened the Democratic vote from the population.  Later down the line, this lead to things such as the Great Migration and a large population of African Americans participating in WWII.
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