Kali Nunez, Nicole Flick, Zoe Weems, Alyssabeth Lafferty
- not actually a person
- 19th century minstrel song that stereotyped African Americans
- "Jim Crow" personified the radical segregation and oppression set in by the national government
Why Jim Crow Laws Were Created
- Whites wanted to stay superior to blacks.
- 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments- gave blacks the same protection as whites,
- Rutherford B. Hayes- after he was elected, southern and bordering states restricted black's freedoms once again
- Supreme Court- supported racial laws; legitimized the laws through the ruling of Plessy v. Ferguson
Citations MLA Format
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