This covers the case of "seperate but equal". It deals with segregation in America.
The case of "Separate but Equal"
<Tab/>Segregation was a very normal part of life for unfortunately many years. Even after the Civil War had ended, separation of black and white citizens was very common. There were separate churches, schools, markets, busses, trains, and restaurants for African American communities. Starting in 1892, twenty-seven years after the Civil War, a man named, Mr. Homer Plessy, who was of mixed race, was thrown in jail because he refused to move to an exclusive all black railroad car, while riding on a train. This was the beginning of the "Separate…
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