Popular in Survey of U.S. History
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Date Created: 10/26/15
Notes Jim Crow Popular Cultural Origins 0 Thomas Daddy Rice 18081860 0 Fairly wellknown considered a renaissance man who performed with puppets Minstrel performance Blackface or painting the face black 0 Rice preformed his song in blackface and danced to a song he named Jump Jim Crow Representation Matters Philosophy of Comedy 0 Humor versus Hegemony 0 Hegemony refers to the case in which a certain group is dominant to another Making Jim Crow Legal 0 Civil Rights cases of 1883 0 Privileges or immunities granted based on the 14th Amendment 0 Service was denied based on race 0 Plessy versus Ferguson of 1896 Homer Plessy constitutionally under Louisiana law was oneeighth colored 0 Therefore required under the law to be placed with the colored Set the precedent that separate was constitutional as long as it was equal or separate but equal 0 Louisiana Separate Car Act of 1890 Jim Crow and Voting 0 Use of intimidation as well as the rise of the infamous Ku Klux Klan 0 18651870s first wave of the KKK Consisted of Christian nativist militants 0 Nativist or WASP White Anglo Saxon Protestant Lynching 0 Grandfather Clause literary test poll taxes good character tests White democratic primaries Questions Where did Jim Crow come from Jim Crow was the personification of White racist cultural stereotypes of African Americans which were used for humorous and hegemonic purposes How was Jim Crow justified Supporters of Jim crow argued that it was separate but equal that it did not infringe upon any indiVidual s right as a citizen
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