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Q: What was the name of local and state laws passed to take away African American rights?
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What was the name of local and state law passed to take away African American rights in the south?

Local and state laws that were passed to take away African-American rights, in the South, were referred to as Jim Crow laws. There were dozens of these laws passed in the 1950s and 1960s.


What was the name of local and state laws passed to take away African American rights in the south?

Jim Crowe.


What was the name of local and state laws passed take away African Americans rights in the south?

black codes


What was the name of local and state laws passed to take away African Americans Rights in the south?

black codes


What was the name of local and state laws to take away African American rights in the south?

Jim Crowe.


What was the name of local and state laws passes to take away African American rights in the south?

Jim Crowe.


Where do you store dead African-Americans?

At your local dead African American storage warehouse.


What is the black codes?

The Black Codes were laws passed on the state and local level mainly in the rural Southern states in the United States to restrict the civil rights and civil liberties of African Americans. While some northern states also passed legislation discriminating against African Americans before the Civil War, the term Black Codes is most commonly associated with legislation passed by Southern states after the Civil War in an attempt to control the labor, movements and activities of African Americans.


What made the election of hundreds of African American leaders to local state and Congressional offices possible during?

The passage of the Fifteenth Amendment


What interested African American politicians on the local level?

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Helped write new state constitutions.


What issues most interested African American politicians on the local?

Education and public health