Jim Crow Laws
What Were Jim Crow Laws?
Cause & Effect
The effects of these laws was the separation of blacks and whites. Education was separated, water fountains, restaurants, hotels, ETC.
The theory of the laws were to make things Separate but "Equal"
These laws produced many riots, strikes,marches, and many other things to get rid of the Separate but "Equal" Jim Crow Laws
President During This Time
The president at the beginning of this time was President Rutherford B. Hayes
Facts About The Law
This is an picture showing the segregated restrooms
This picture shows the different water fountains that colored and whites used
This shows where the colored people had to sit and where the whites sat
How The Laws Came To An End
- President President Lyndon B. Johnson pushed Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which immediately ended Jim Crow laws.
- The Civil Rights Act of 1964 outlawed discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.