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Jim Crow Facts
Lynchings in the Jim Crow South were often elaborate public events, sometimes attracting thousands of spectators. Local papers often advertised the time and place of the executions, and white famil...
"In this perilous world, if a black boy wanted to live a halfway normal life and die a natural death he had to learn early the art of how to get along with white folks." "They don't sing as they us...
According to research conducted by the Tuskegee Institute, the number of black victims of lynching reported between 1882 and 1889: 534 ...number of black victims of lynching reported between 1890 a...
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Black Codes A set of laws passed by southern states after the Civil War in order to restrict the rights of former slaves, to limit their choice in employment, and to prevent them from owning proper...
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