As a child she had both black and white friends, but in the process of growing up racial segregation became more clear.
They also wanted to end racial segregation of schools and other public facilities.
The war happened in the moment of an important national conflict: the racial segregation.
Most blacks still lived in the South, where racial segregation was the law.
Article 5 calls for an end to racial segregation and apartheid.
In the Southern states, racial segregation was enforced by law.
Integration when the school district ended racial segregation in all schools.
The purpose was to discuss racial segregation in American cities.
The suit called for the school district to reverse its policy of racial segregation.
Racial segregation has been abolished in nearly all white public places.
Many people said our initiative helped break the back of Jim Crow in the nation's capital.
It would also have been better if we hadn't had Jim Crow and segregation.
Back then, Jim Crow was one of the significant players in the major leagues.
It took until the 1960's to lift the burdens of Jim Crow.
Jim Crow became a stock character in blackface minstrel shows.
Some of them are over a hundred years old, from a time where Jim Crow operated openly out in public.
"Jim Crow was the law of the day, and he enforced it."
The draft no longer exists, and neither does Jim Crow.
The next day, she stated that "Jim Crow was the wrong analogy to use."
Jim Crow did, and would for years to come.
It may have looked that way on the white side of the color line.
In some places, on both sides of the color line, they run together.
It is history as viewed from the white side of the color line.
The Dodgers were, in fact, looking for the right man to break the color line.
It offers the opportunity for all students to break color lines, to learn about one another and end racism.
Like so much else in American life, these conventions refuse to stop at the color line.
Color Line has roots in the ferry business that go back more than 100 years.
The whole business of being working class cuts across color lines.
Violence did not stop at the color line either.
Finally, this game marked the end of pro football's color line.