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Jim Crow Documents Decide whether the following documents are: 1.Political 2.Economic 3.Social
Virginia 1960 "…no athletic team of any school shall engage in any athletic contest of any nature within the state of Virginia with another team on which persons of any other race are members."
Tennessee 1873 White and colored persons shall not be taught in the same school, but in separate schools under the same general regulations as to management, usefulness and efficiency."
Florida Bus 1950s
Missouri 1952 Interracial adoptions are forbidden.
Mississippi 1956 Businesses are allowed to choose their customers and have the right to refuse service to any person.
Alabama Constitution 1901 Declared that the legislature could never pass any law allowing "any marriage between any white person and a Negro, or descendant of a Negro."
Texas Bus Station 1952
Early drawing of the Jim Crow character and an entertainer performing in ‘black face’.
Objectives Identify the ways state and local governments restricted the freedoms and rights of African Americans. Categorize Jim Crow laws based on primary.
Paper Preparation Get out a sheet of paper and prepare to take notes. Title your paper “Jim Crow”.
AGENDA ANALYZE & APPLY DATA INTERPRET & DRAW CONCLUSIONS USING MULTIMEDIA SUMMARIZE & GENERALIZE NOTES ORGANIZE & CLASSIFY DATA IN WORKBOOKS PROJECTS-
AFRICAN-AMERICAN TYLER WEBER – SOCIAL STUDIES – 11/18/2015.
US Segregation Policy from WW2 to Segregation on transports, restrooms, shops, street, living areas…
SIGNS OF JIM CROW. Jim Crow in Massachusetts Massachusetts outlawed slavery in 1781 but … The term "Jim Crow Law" was first used in 1841 in reference.
Background to the Civil Rights Movement. Emancipation Proclamation Issued by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863Issued by President Abraham Lincoln.
Assignment 4/26/16. Go to My Website, Click on the English Folder Click on “Little Rock Girl, MOD. 3” Folder Open the videos, view each video and.
Do Now Think back to 7 th grade. What were Jim Crow laws? What was the KKK?
Examine the photograph. Where and when could it have been taken? What public policy does it show? Based on this photo and your knowledge of social studies,
Jim Crow and the Fight for Civil Rights Get out a sheet of paper and take notes. Get out a sheet of paper and take notes.
TEACHER-MADE SLIDES The following slides were created by teachers in our program The following slides were created by teachers in our program You evaluate.
The Statistics of Slavery To “An American Slave Market” by Taylor, 1852.
Southeast States Virginia Atlantic Coast Gulf Coast Inland South.
1 CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR Sectionalism Tariffs Slavery States Rights.
Civil Rights Cases (1883) Background Civil Rights Act in 1875 declared it a crime to deny equal access to public accommodations on account of race or color.
Jim Crow America and Nazi Germany. Events preceding the Nuremberg Laws July 14, Nazi Party is declared the only legal party in Germany In September.
BLACK PEOPLE IN THE USA THE JIM CROW LAWS. UNTIL MOST BLACK PEOPLE WERE SLAVES.
Reintegration of the American South Compare and contrast the experiences of African Americans in various US regions during the late 19 th Century.
African Americans and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States ESL 031/032 Winter 2016.
Plessy v. Ferguson. Background O Louisiana railways were to “provide equal but separate accommodations for the white & colored races” O Homer Plessy decided.
Jim Crow Laws Lancaster, Ohio Reconstruction 13 th Amendment—outlawed slavery 14 th & 15 th —guaranteeded African Americans full rights of citizenship.
Jim Crow Laws. “All railroads carrying passengers in the state (other than street railroads) shall provide equal but separate accommodations for the white.
From the 1880s into the 1960s, a majority of American states enforced segregation through "Jim Crow" laws (so called after a black character in minstrel.
The Rise of segregation. Discrimination: What is it? To make a difference in treatment or favor on a basis other than individual merit.
The democratic ideal demands that govt treat all persons alike Closest literal statement in the Const is the 14 th amend’s Equal Protection Clause 5 th.
Racism in the 1920s and 1930s. Brief Test What words are required by law to be on all coins and paper currency of the U.S.? In which document of writing.
By: Jeremy C. Ashley. “It shall be unlawful for a negro and white person to play together or in company with each other in any game of cards or dice,
It shall be unlawful to conduct a restaurant or other place for the serving of food in the city, at which white and colored people are served in the same.
“Jim Crow” Segregation in the South
The 14 th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution -Due Process of Law (the protection of all citizens under the laws and rights provided in the Constitution)
As Reconstruction ended, African American dreams of equality and justice faded. By the 1880s, racism and segregation took a strong hold in Southern states.
JIM CROW LAWS *PowerPoint Adapted from the Library of Congress Collection What was life like for African Americans under Jim Crow laws? PowerPoint Resource.
Black History By: Wang Zhi. Agenda Slavery The Civil War Jim Crow Laws The Civil Rights Movement Montgomery Bus Boycott Scottsboro trials Traits of southerners.
What Was Jim Crow? “Jim Crow” is the name given to anti-Black laws in place in America in effect between ’s. These went beyond just rules. They.
Chapter 15, Section 5. 1860 Abraham Lincoln was nominated to run for president with the Republican Party.
Lesson 31 The Economics of Racial Discrimination Lesson 35.
CIVIL RIGHTS Background Informaiton. 13th Amendment "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party.
Bell Quiz Week 2 Bell 1 11/09/10 Have you ever been involved with a project or team that started out with high hopes but did not finish well? Prepare for.
U.S. CIVIL WAR MAP On a current map of the U.S. identify and label the Union States, the Confederate States, and U.S. territories. Create a map key and.
Jim Crow Laws By Robert Castro. Jim Crow Laws arose after reconstruction ended in 1877 and continued until the mid 1960’s JIM CROW LAWS.
Civil Rights Movement 1950s-1960s. Choose one of the laws and answer the following: 1. How did this law impact the daily lives of African Americans in.
What is one way of grouping the 50 states? Northeast: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey,
Barbers. No colored barber shall serve as a barber (to) white girls or women (Georgia). Burial. The officer in charge shall not bury, or allow to be buried,
1. What ideas are new to you? 2. What are you uncertain about? What questions do you have? 3. Think about the world you live in using this new lens, can.
Legal Background of Civil Rights. Equal Protection Clause 14 th Amendment of the Constitution (1868) “no state shall make or enforce any law which shall.
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