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Jim Crow Laws
What Was made of 11 titles and enforced laws against segregation?
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What was the relationship between Jim Crow laws and segregation?
What kind of segregation is it when segregation is not allowed but people do it anyways?
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What were some of the problems of the South that the civil rights movement helped change?
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What system enforced laws against murder and theft?
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What are segregation laws?
Segregation laws are laws that discriminate against a particular race, or group of people or even women as example. An interesting example of a USA segregation law was in the time leading up to the US Civil War. Most all " Northern States" had laws against slavery. What is often overlooked however was the fact that these states had laws forbidding former slaves from voting.
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How were laws enforced in the colony of New Jersey?
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What are the laws that created a system of racial segregation?
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When was the segregation against the blacks ended?
Describe institutional racism and then give examples of institutional racism?
Instutional racism is when racism is supported by the law or laws in a country or state. Segregation of various so-called races were enforced by the law in the southern part of the USA(Jim Crow Laws), in South Africa(Apartheid). These laws were enforced by public services such as the police, as well as the army(in South Africa).