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A Raisin in the Sun: Chicago in the 1950's/1960's

Topics Investigated

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White-on-Black Crime in the 1950's
Employment Opportunities for African-Americans in Chicago
Abortion in the Black Community in the 1950's
Emmett Till in Chicago in the 1950's
Taxis and Public Transit in Chicago in the 1950's
Voting Rights
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Topics Investigated

Here are some of the aspects we've investigated.

 

Chicago housing projects in the 1950's--Jason

 

Clybourne Park Chicago--its background--Jeromy

 

Incidents of white-on-black crime in Chicago in the 1950s--Amanda

 

Role of the NAACP in the 1950's--Kayetlinne

 

Role of Nigerians in Chicago and/or Illinois in the 1950's (status of Nigeria in the 1950's)

 

Employment opportunities for black males in Chicago in the 1950's--Denver

 

Scholastic opportunities for black females in Chicago in the 1950's--Jared

 

National statistics of black female physicians--Michael

 

What mass transit was available in Chicago in the 1950's--Dustin

 

How much would taxi fare have been in Chicago in the 1950's-- Sara

 

What was the attitude toward abortion in the black community in the 1950's-Erin

 

Who was Emmet Till and what was his relationship to Chicago in the 1950's--Jake

 

What relationship did Chicago have to registering blacks in the South to vote in the 1950's/60's.Tyler

ASUMH--Composition II, Spring 2007