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It did not provide protection against the re-establishment of abusive Southern white control over blacks, nor did it provide a financial head start to the deprived former slaves. With neither protection, nor land, nor any other resources, blacks found themselves at the mercy of the white population that had so recently fought to hold them in the status of legal property. As a result, most became trapped in a system of sharecropping and tenant farming, working and living on white-owned property in exchange for a RECONSTRUCTION This was the name of the period in American history following the Civil War, during which the nation worked to rebuild the South, damaged by years of conflict.
Agery: the Flight out of Egypt; Bound for the Promised More than one champion of black rights and land; Going into Canaan; Beulah Land. ” grants on their way from Mississippi to Chicago held Martin Luther King, Jr. ” mountaintop; I’ve seen the Promised Land . . ” It was as told in the Hebrew scriptures, had long served in in this way of thinking and, for some, this faith un- American thought as the model for how God acted for derstanding, that Southern blacks made their “his people’s benefit” in American history.
Nineteenth-century poet George McClellan (1860–1934) ends his 1916 verse about Christ’s compassion (“The Path of Dreams”) with a reference to those who “have felt the wrong of trampled rights, of caste” (caste is another word for regimented social class). Internationally renowned 19th-century painter Benjamin O. Tanner (1775–1848) was the son of an AME bishop. His works are often striking interpretations of Biblical images. B. DuBois was one of the most influential African Americans of the 20th century.
African-American Faith in America by Larry G. Murphy