July 10, 2020
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What You Didn't Know About Race in the USA
⟶ Updated 10 Dec 2017 ⟶
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1962: Native Americans win the right to vote
1952: People with Asian Ancestry win the right to become US citizens.
1992: Voting materials required to be produced in languages other than English
1920: Women's membership in the Ku Klux Klan reaches 500,000
1925: KKK Membership Reaches 4 Million Nationwide
1960's: KKK Rallies were Family Events
1965: Voting RIghts Act Passed
2013: Parts of the Voting Rights Act Reppealed
2014: 84 Restrictive Voting Bills Introduced in 29 states.
1955: Black men, George Lee and Lamar Smith lynched in separate events for "Participating in Voter Registration"
1964: Three Civil Rights Workers Lynched for Participating in Voter Registration
1985: Police Bomb MOVE
1967: Detroit Race Riot
1946: NFL Allows in its First Black Player
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