Death Of Innocent Essay Emmett Till

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         “ God told me, “I have taken one from you, but I will give you thousands.” …

     – Mamie Till-Mobley , Death Of Innocence : The Story Of The Hate Crime That Changed America

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During the Jim Crow era blacks and white were severally separated race wise ,multiple African-Americans were being Lynched and killed and there was nobody batting an eye towards this situation and it was seen as a normal situation in the South. The Plessy V. Ferguson case of 1895 caused segregation and Jim Crow to start with the “ Separate But Accommodations “ rule  . This law caused a lot of turmoil between blacks and whites because of whites believing they more superior than blacks and that blacks were the less relevant race compared to them. Black men and boys were killed ,kidnapped ,and lynched and this became a normal thing at this time and there wasn’t any attention drawn towards these situations happening in the South since it was seen as a normal thing. The Brown v. Board case help go against the Jim Crow law with helping segregation end in Public Schools in the South and help blacks and whites to start being actually equal but not separated.

The Plessy V. Ferguson Trail

The Plessy V. Ferguson Trail in 1895 is what started “Jim Crow”. This trail caused for blacks and whites to separate but equal , for example there would be a separate water fountain or bathroom for blacks that only they are allowed to use. Jim Crow was used in the south especially in Mississippi , where Emmett Till and many more African American boys were killed.This law was passed even though it was against the 14th amendment “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” it was exposed of this during the Brown V Board of education case.

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