Beaumont Riots Of 1943 Caused 200 Black Businesses Destroyed & 100 Injured



Called the Beaumont Riot of 1943, it was sparked by racial tensions which arose in this Texas shipbuilding center during World War II. The pouring of African-American workers in industrial jobs in the Beaumont shipyard meant white workers now had increased competition in the search of jobs and having the job secured.

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