It may not seem like it but propaganda is a big part in the era when we, as a Nation, influenced in our normal lives the act of segregation. During this time it was common to have propaganda like posters, commercials, bill boards, or any other type of advertisements that suggested that whites were for sure the positive and superior race. In properganda like the picture on the left is an example of what’s called Advertising Cards. These cards were discriminatory customs and laws that discouraged americans of may racial, ethics, or religious backgrounds (S. N. History). This Advertising card refers to the African American race as dirty people who don’t belong in a civilization. The words,“Dar ain’t no flies on us” , implies that the people on the fence...
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