How Did Jim Crow Laws Affect The Civil Rights Movement

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The civil rights movement was arguably the most important movement that has happened in the history of the U.S. This movement had gotten people equal rights. This movement helped everyone get treated equally because they used to treat people differently for their skin color and they’re race in America. But therefore they passed these laws and African American gained equality and improved in social conditions because they were getting treated equally after they passed the law of the civil rights movement. This movement affected all over America because not only did it give African American rights but they gave women the right to vote and to do more in America but it really helped out all of America. The Jim Crow laws were a collection of state and local places that legalized racial segregation. The Jim Crow laws started in 1865 right after the ratification of the 13th amendment which had abolished the …show more content…

Ferguson case was one of the most important cases during the civil rights movement. The Plessy v. The Ferguson case took place during the U.S. Supreme Court on March 18, 1896. The Plessy v. Ferguson was the major inquiry into the making of the 14th amendment. What this law does is deny the “equal protection of the laws” and it is a big part of the racial separation of the civil rights movement. In the civil rights movement most people struggled for school because of their skin colors. Most people that were not white they struggled to have equal rights because they would get treated differently. They had water fountains for colored people and they would treat them bad for the way they looked. All this took place during 1955 all around America because that’s where people were more racist and they were a lot more different to the people now because they all have equal rights now. Most kids in the 1900’s struggled in school because they weren’t treated the same way and they were treated differently compared to the white

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