African American Education/Before and After Jim Crow
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&lt;Tab/&gt;The "Jim Crow' laws of the early part of the twentieth century served to create a Southern apartheid in which African Americans were included from educational and employment opportunities and systematically suppressed (Painter 36). While successive waves of German, Jewish,
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