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The 1930’s were times of segregation and mistreatment of the black community. Although slavery had been abolished several years prior, people were still hostile toward this adjustment. Anytime a black or yellow person acted out or against social norm, as the whites would call it, they would be enraged. The white people could not see the damage caused by the unethical murderous acts they had been committing. Most of the whites of that time sat so comfortably upon their high horses, and were filled with the idea of being the superior of races.