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Racial segregation is a kind of formalized or institutionalized discrimination on the basis or race, characterized by their separation from each other. The separation may be geographical, but is usually supported by providing services through separate institutions such as schools) and through similar legal and social structures. Societies have practiced racial segregation throughout human history. Racial segregation in the United States compares to Apartheid and the Caste system in India.
In the United States of America, racial discrimination was regulated by the Jim Crow laws from the Civil War, especially in the Southern States where blacks were many. The Jim Crow laws imposed segregation or legal separation of the races, in hotels, hospitals, schools, and other public places. African Americans were made to sit at the back of public buses and also they had to quit their seats for a white person. …
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