Jim Crow: The Civil Rights Act Of 1875

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Early attempts to break Jim Crow: The Civil Rights Act of 1875, from Charles Sumner and Benjamin F. Butler, was that everybody it 's doesn 't matter which skin color, race, or previous condition of servitude had the same rule in public accommodations to eat at the same place, use public transportations, use theaters and more. But the law was not doing really well. In 1890 it was still not allowed to drive with the white skin people together but in New Orleans was is allowed. So he was one time in New Orleans. One day in 1892 Plessy bought a first-class ticket from New Orleans and was in the Only White side in the train because it is allowed. A while later he was directed to leave that car and sit instead in the "coloreds only" car but we
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