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The history of Africans in America: 246 years of slavery, followed by almost 100 years of legal disenfranchisement and extralegal intimidation. Though the above timeline marks segregation as ending in 1954, in fact the last vestiges of of Jim Crow persisted until the mid-60s. Today, we Americans are struggling to change under the weight of centuries of oppression. 

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