African Americans in the 1930s


This video from the USA says about itself:

How the New Deal Left Out African-Americans

26 December 2017

During the Great Depression, unemployment among African-Americans was twice that of whites – mostly due to segregation. One rare opportunity came on the Pullman sleeper trains, where most of the porters were black.

From the series: America in Color: The 1930s.

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