African Americans in former slave-holding states considered education as a critical step in achieving equality, independence, and wealth during the Reconstruction Era. As a consequence, despite the many impediments that poverty and white people threw in their way, they discovered methods to study.
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The “who built most of the black public schools during reconstruction?” is a question that many people have wondered about. The answer is that education was so important to freed blacks, because they wanted their children to succeed in life.
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