Their Eyes Were Watching God

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Hurricane Aftermath

TEWWG-EXANEX

What detail of the aftermath of the hurricane is the most indicative of the way African Americans were treated during the time of the novel?

A

The black people helped bury the white people.

B

Both races had equal difficulty recovering from the hurricane.

C

The white people had insurance to help them pay for hurricane recovery, but the African Americans were denied coverage.

D

The white bodies were buried in coffins, but the black bodies were thrown in large burial pits.

E

Both races worked hand in hand in a group effort toward a harmonious recovery.