Jim Crow Laws
By: Noemi Gonzalez
Presidents during the Jim Crow Laws: Rutherford B. Hayes - Lyndon B. Johnson
Cause: The Jim Crow Laws were made to keep colored people away from white people because they were not equal in rights. The Jim Crow Laws prohibited things such as intermarriage, burial, housing, education, and even separate public places.
Effect: South Carolina began establishing black codes. Consequently, Colored people had no rights, nor power to combat the unfair laws of the Jim Crow.
How it Ended: On July 2,1964 the Jim Crow Laws were abolished when President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.