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www.brennancenter.org/blog/jim-crow-legacy-continues-today

Today in 1861, the Civil War began — the bloodiest most divisive war of our nation’s history. After the war, we saw the inception of the Jim Crow era, which brought the passage of more than 400 laws between 1865 and 1967 legalizing segregation in all areas of American life.

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The Jim Crow laws still have an impact today. Even though these laws no longer exist, segregation still exists in the United States. Many communities remain segregated and some cities, like ...

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Under Jim Crow laws, black Americans were relegated to a subordinate status for decades. Things like literacy tests for voters and laws designed to prevent blacks from serving on juries were ...

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Jim crow laws are laws that promoted segration between blacks and whites When African Americans were considered to be citizens, a majority of the white community did not want to accept them as so.

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Many people don’t realize that Jim Crow laws existed in the North, perhaps most notably in New York. Our new study of the Empire State’s constitutional history, Jim Crow in New York, traces the current criminal disenfranchisement law to a century-long effort to keep African-American citizens out of the voting booth. And as our report makes it disturbingly clear: New York’s felon voting ...

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Jim Crow laws were state and local laws that enforced racial segregation in the Southern United States. All were enacted in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by white Democratic-dominated state legislatures after the Reconstruction period. The laws were enforced until 1965.

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Jim Crow Laws . One of the most shameful chapters in United States legal history is the proliferation and enforcement of so-called “Jim Crow laws,” implemented after Reconstruction to take away the rights of newly freed black people.

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A question about the world we live in today and the affect of the “Jim Crow Law”. Why would a “separate but equal law” be mentioned till this day in society. Since the new presidency election there has been a fear in immigrants, a blockage of refugees able to enter the U.S, and ICE a problem of deportation.

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Jim Crow Laws and Racial Segregation . Introduction: Immediately following the Civil War and adoption of the 13th Amendment, most states of the former Confederacy adopted Black Codes, laws modeled on former slave laws.These laws were intended to limit the new freedom of emancipated African Americans by restricting their movement and by forcing them into a labor economy based on low wages and debt.

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“The ideas about race that are prevalent today are, for the most part, not the ideas that sustained slavery; they are the ideas that came about with the extremist white supremacy of Jim Crow,” he said. “It’s important to understand lynching because it impacted Jim Crow, and the legacy of Jim Crow is still around today.”