Jim Crow was a way of life for African Americans Living in the South. From 1880-1965 Jim Crow laws kept Blacks in their place and separated them from southern Whites. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 forced America to legally stop its blatant discrimination against Black people. But the changes could not erase the memories etched in the minds of those impacted by the practices. In part two of "Excelling in Spite of Jim Crow" Alma Anderson, Judith Crawford and Morris Ross share a few examples of how discrimination because of Jim Crow impacted their daily lives.

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