Segregation (Jim Crow Era)

Segregation (Jim Crow Era)

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  • Hey get to the back where the rest of you people belong!
  • To the back sir.
  • The 14th Amendment was not violated!
  • In the 1930's, Segregation was at its peek, and forced black people to go to the back of the bus if a white person wanted to sit there.
  • Around the 1920's-1930's, segregation was at its peek. So when colored people tried to get on any sort of transportation they would have to go to the back because white people got the front.
  • As a result, The supreme court noticed that the 14th amendment was not violated. The "Separate But Equal" Doctrine was established.
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