A law in Alabama, said "all buses in this state operated by any other transportation company shall have separate waiting rooms or spaces and separate ticket windows for the white and colored race". This law prohibits people from going in the same bus stop. This also costed the state money because they had to pay for two bus stops, even though the colored bus stop was probably not the best.
Another law, is that "no person or cooperation shall require any white female nurse to nurse in wards or rooms" This law meant that many black people might not have gotten the best treatment from this law. It also meat that they could have not gotten the best treatment because Nurses could nit take care if the olores people.
Economic: During the Jim Crow era, Colored people were cut from the economy, and did not get a fair share of money, or money at all
Blacks were not payed equally in US, Many were payed around 30% (or lower) less than whites. Keep in mind that this was during the Great Depression and whites were barely making money in US. This means that Colored people were barely getting any money.
Grandfathering enabled whites to take advantage of blacks because it made the blacks take hard literacy tests, making it so they can't do simple things because there parents or grandparents couldn't. If there grandparents were not allowed to do it, then they were not allowed to. This was a sneaky way that the white people finessed the laws against the black people.
Social/Cultural: During the Jim Crow era, Jim Crow etiquette made life almost impossible for colored people, by harsh etiquettes created by society.