What did th African American children found to be vagrant were forced under black codes to be?
forced into convict labor until they were adults......Apex
There was an abundance of racism and segregation. If an African-American was lucky enough to go to school, they were forced to write their race on everything even on the inside of books. Black families weren't wealthy. They could barely afford to put food on the table every night, better yet buy shoes for their children and themselves. well borack Obama is a African American
Mr. Barack Obama is 50% Caucasian, that from his mother, and he is 50% African American from his father's side. he is a Christan. **edit -- He is NOT 50% African American. He is 50% ARAB. His father was a Black Kenyan of ARAB decent. He was not part of the west Africans that were forced into the United States by slavery, and therefore is not, and will never be, African American.
Sufferings of African Americans One of the most obvious reasons for reparations is the unpaid labor. Slaves were forced to work without pay. Africans were beaten if they were caught speaking their native languages. Therefore, they were not able to effectively pass the languages on to their children. Black women were raped at will, and large numbers of them were raped.
Africans were forced to collect cotton for their owners You name it they had to do it everything from farm work to cane cutting cotton picking.men women and children were hired out or bought for sex and they were even forced to fight each other in contests. A slave could be forced to do anything their owner required of them. They were even bred and then had too stand by as their children were sold…
It depends on your idea of an African-American. Some believe it means that the person is a descendant from an African who was forced to immigrate to America as property. But if that was the case, then Obama would not qualify as an African-American. My Nephew has a beautiful European Mother and a handsome, America, Black father. What do you call him? And what about the Africans who are citizens of America, yet they have…
Yes. Louisiana law provides for 'forced heirship' whereby children 23 or younger, or children who are deemed permanently incapable must inherit a portion of the estate. The children of a deceased child who would have been 23 or younger would also qualify. Louisiana is the only forced heirship state.
In 1996, the appeal to the Pope was for a call to action against the violence and exploitation of children. Some of these young people are forced into illegal activity. Often homeless, without any parental or guardian, these children were either forced to beg on the street or forced into prostitution.