How were Plessy v. Ferguson and Jim Crow laws connected?
Can't really come up with an answer from the book. Any help?
- Anonymous9 years agoBest Answer
a white person (with black blood because Louisiana had a "one drop rule" because Louisiana is stupid)
purposely got caught in the white section of the Lousiana train.
The supreme court case involving this was Plessey vs. Ferguson which declared the Jim Crow laws constitutional because said train happened to have decent black amenities.
- tuffyLv 79 years ago
Jim Crow laws were for the purpose of segregation. Plessy v Ferguson allowed separate but equal facilities, they were separate, but not equal. However, this case stood until Brown v Board of Education which reversed Plessy v Ferguson.
- mcglownLv 43 years ago
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