Racial Discrimination During The Late 1900 ' S
even if they tried to resist it. Meanwhile, African Americans gradually began to take a stand and fight for the equal treatment they deserved. While the Civil Rights Act clearly states that discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin is forbidden, the conclusion that racial discrimination indeed carried on long after slavery was outlawed, can stand proven by testaments, interviews, and by the events witnessed by Tim Tyson during his life.
Timothy Tyson, an 11-year old white