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Jim Crow


  • When Anti-Lynching Law Was a Tool of Oppression

    by Guy Lancaster

    Arkansas used its ostensible “anti-lynching” law to transform the “bad violence” of the mob into the “good violence” of the state, to transform lynching into officially sanctioned execution.



  • The Jim Crow Car

    The North, the South and the forgotten origins of racial separation.



  • From Segregation to Gentrification

    by Mike Green

    Lessons from Seattle and Detroit: How city policies and NIMBYism lead to unimpeded market forces displacing poor people of color.