Objects & Places from The Strange Career of Jim Crow

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Redemption

In 1877, this event came out of the Great Compromise.

Jim Crow

This body of law, formulated between 1877 and 1954, served to completely segregate whites and blacks in the South.

Mason Dixon Line

This is an imaginary line dividing the North and South.

Harlem Renaissance

An awakening of black arts in the 1920's and 1930's, this movement was supported by white philanthropists and intellectuals.

Selma, Alabama

This is the site of the march led by Martin Luther King in support of black voting rights in 1965, which lead to violence and the focus of the entire nation on civil rights violations.

Montgomery, Alabama

This is the site of a year-long boycott of bus transportation by blacks that seriously injured the finances of the city.

Watts

This is the black section of Los Angeles that experienced a days-long race riot in the summer of 1965.

The Lower South

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