African Americans became more equal in their status during Reconstruction. They’re learning new civilization with social, political and educational assets.
As America was evolving, African Americans were gaining political attention. According to the Bill of Rights African Americans were granted the right to vote in 1870 due to the 15th amendment. By 1870 the 15th amendment was ratified giving the African Americans the right to vote. The Force Acts protected African Americans while voting with government supervision. In order to protect African Americans from organizations such as Ku Klux Klan while voting, the Force Acts provided government supervision during elections. With the 15th amendment passed and the Force Acts providing protection while voting, this gives African Americans some equality during Reconstruction.
Around 1865 is when African Americans were learning how to cope with their new social outlook. In 1865 the 13th amendment was set into place freeing slaves. The 13th amendment passed freeing slaves free of servitude. African Americans were still struggling with violence in the south as well as restrictions in some demographic areas. Even though slavery was abolished in 1865 some African Americans were judged and struggled. The 13th amendment passed 1865 but African Americans were still judged as struggled with violence. All while still learning to cope with their new lives as freed Americans.
As slaves African Americans didn’t get any education, as Reconstruction developed so did the African Americans. With the lack of education many African Americans were trying to get into schools. The Freedmen’s Bureau provided African Americans with schools for their education. African Americans were egger to learn so the Freedmen’s Bureau made this possible during Reconstruction by providing relief and schools.
Black men were able to become political leadership officials during Reconstruction due to the help of the Freedmen’s Bureau provided to...