Jim Crow Law

Definition of "Jim Crow Law"
  1. A set of discriminatory laws that required the segregation of Black Americans in public facilities and institutions, invalidated during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s
How to use "Jim Crow Law" in a sentence
  1. Jim Crow Law enforced a system of racial segregation in the South.
  2. During the Civil Rights movement, the Jim Crow Law was finally overturned.
  3. Public schools were once segregated as part of the Jim Crow Law.

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