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"SEPARATE BUT EQUAL"
Hello class, today we'll be talking about the Jim Crow laws and how it affected African Americans. The Jim Crow laws were state and local laws enforcing racial segregation in the Southern United States.
Southern schools were racially segregated. Blacks and whites had to attend different schools. The separate school systems were not equal. Schools for white children received more public money.
Factories and workplaces were required to maintain separate bathrooms
Bus operators separated their coaches into two sections: whites up front and blacks in back.
Intermarriage: All marriages between Whites and Blacks were prohibited.
Restaurants could only sell to Whites exclusively or colored people exclusively. They couldn't sell to two races within the same room.
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