Laws restricting the education of freed blacks and slaves
Nevertheless, this occurred fairly only on the federal level. The White Americans or the previous owners of the now-free slaves were not comfortable with African Americans acquiring treatment as equals. “US Supreme Court, which had its bias towards the whites, declared the civil rights law of 1875, unconstitutional” (Borman & Dorn, 213). From then on, the racial discrimination or racism, as it is widely known, left the subtleties of household and common people and entered the states laws.