Explain Why Jim Crow Emerge In The South And How It Was Implemented. Also Discuss How Effective African Americans Were In Confronting The Racial Issues That Jim Crow Engendered.

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American History

 

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Belinda M

 

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February 4, 2015

 

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University

 

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In his performance, Rice portrays Jim Crow to be a caricature of a racially prejudiced black man who possesses the characteristics of being buffoonish, slothful, and superstitious. However, by 1850s the character Jim Crow had instinctively developed to be a standard part of the minstrel shows in America; who would have imagine that a character in which Rice produced would manifest into a legendary expression, which once heard by the older African Americans generation would bring back reminiscences of their predecessors being severely discriminated against and being brutally tormented...
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This essay therefore, will describe the materialization of Jim Crow in the South, in ways it was put into practice by the white supremacists, and lastly concluding how it affected the African American race when threatened with the consequences under the Jim Crow laws. It seems as though the conclusion of the Civil War in 1865 was the beginning of the highly anticipated emancipation for African Americans...
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