Before Rosa Parks: Taking on New York’s Segregated Street Car Companies
Before Rosa Parks: Taking on New York’s Segregated Street Car Companies
July 18, 2012

Post written by Eric Robinson  So much has been written about the struggle against slavery and segregation in the American south that it is easy to forget that race relations in the north have been just as knotty. It is comparatively unknown that nineteenth-century New York City’s public transportation systems were racially segregated: African-Americans were…

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