Political Effects of Jim Crow
In Jim Crow the black people of the south were misrepresented in the political landscape. As is shown in many photos their white bathrooms and other facilities and black bathrooms and facilities.
Black were written off as worse and not allowed to share anything that white people had, including jobs. Due to this the black men and women all lost their jobs and positions on government.
After they had all been restricted by the Jim Crow laws they were segregated from getting jobs and ended up having to result to share cropping, which was slavery for a certain amount of time and small pay.