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Oct. 19 - 23

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Oct. 19 - 23 History 105 Fry- Roots of Contemporary Issues

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Date Created: 10/23/15
Oct 19th 23rd Monday October 19 2015 1110 AM Main Ideas How and why have ideas of race changed over time Social Darvx ampJim Crow Slave Trade AntiSemitism not new to Europe If Jewish in Europe you could not be a citiz little better however in 19th Century it got worse again But antisemitic parties rose up in Austria and Germany in 1880s and 1890s concentration camps f Jewish in those countries you tried to get out or fare Many Russian Jews left Some to the US Many started thinking abouta return to Palestine main location they talked 18601904 started the conversation about moving Jewish people to a prote Palestine was his number one choice Herzl was not religious After his death about 3000 Jews per year went to Palestine between 1904 Jim Crow We call it Jim Crow because it is named after a famous menstrualshow Wh as black people while telling stupid jokes stories ect The most famous acto name ofJim Crow It was in every state ofthe country notjust South Develops at end of American Civil 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