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 When was the law passed that blacks could not vote?

Answer There was never a law passed banning blacks to vote; they were never given the right to vote until the ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment in 1870. The amendment stated that the "right of citiz... Read More »
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When did african americans get the right to vote?

The 15th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified on February 3, 1870. It stated that federal and state governments could not prohibit a citizen from voting based on race or color, giving African... Read More »
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When did African-Americans receive the right to vote?

The 15th amendment, passed in 1870, gave African-Americans the right to vote in elections in the United States. This amendment overruled state and local laws preventing African-Americans from votin... Read More »
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When did African Americans get the right to vote in Chicago?

African Americans in Chicago received the right to vote in 1870. This was due to the passage of the 15th Amendment, which granted suffrage to all adult males in the United States, regardless of ra... Read More »
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When did African Americans have the right to vote?

African American men were originally granted the right to vote in 1868 after the 14th Amendment was passed. The 15th Amendment, which passed in 1870, stated specifically that male citizens of all r... Read More »
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