In comparison with the European urban heritage, which stretches back roughly 5500 years, the American transformation from village to city was achieved in an amazingly short space of time. From the eighteenth century on, Americans experienced the painful yet rewarding metamorphosis of an agrarian nation becoming an urban industrial giant that left few of her political, economic, and social institutions untouched, be they the farm, the factory, or the family. In 1790, for example, only a little
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knowledge the people were more motivated to act as a community; instead of hide as one. The NAACP did not only help create a community of blacks willing to battle for the rights they were born with, it helped bring down those who advocated the concept of segregation and racial superiority. With the help of strong, influential leaders like DuBois and Ovington and organizations like the NAACP Negroes have earned the rights they have today.