Ann Cooper tells us about the sixties , she says: " In the sixties, black american people
weren't allowed to vote.
They had to keep away from white women they coun't marry a white person.
They couln't go to the same cinemas as white people nor sit on the same benchences, . There were white school and black schools, toilets for white and toilettes for blanck. Even the benches in the parks were separated .It was written bench for white and on some others bench for black. The buses were also separated. In the front places were for whites and the blacks has to sit in the back of the bus.It was a very hard time for black people and thanks to the President Knnedy and to Martin Luther kings things have changed