Jim Crow Finn duffey

Jim crow laws affected black people politicaly in many different ways one of these ways is a grandfather voting clause. This means that if your grandfather could not vote then you could not vote. This really affected the first generation of people who weren't enslaved because there was no chance that their grandparents could vote. Another way that they affected is in unfair court cases in which the defendant may be innocent but just because they are black they are prosecuted.

Share cropping effected black people because no matter how much crops they are always going to owe a large percent of that to the owners of the land that they rented from. This was pretty much another form of slavery

Segregation was a big issue during Jim Crow. Segregation means that two different people are separated. The black people had much worse facilities and schools. They were separate but not even close to equal

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