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Undefeated - Jim Crow Laws Ended With The Civil Rights Act, Or Not? poster

Anti-black state and local laws in the United States between 1877 and the 1960s, which excluded African Americans from certain facilities and institutions, prevented them from gaining political power and forced them into an inferier position in society by denying them the right to vote

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