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The Laws Behind Jim Crow

Presented by:  Dr. Richard Paschal, author of Jim Crow in North Carolina (Carolina Academic Press, 2021).


In this lecture presented on Zoom -- part of the Menard Family Center for Democracy's spring "Dialogues on Democracy" series -- Dr. Paschal will explore the roots of the Jim Crow era in the American South and how early post-Civil War legal developments fostered the rise of a regime of legalized discrimination and oppression.  Free and open to the public; advance registration required.  Presentation followed by audience Q&A.

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Monday, February 22 at 7:00pm to 8:15pm

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Dr. Helane Adams Androne

Dr. Helane Adams Androne left a positive review 2/21/2021

This was an excellent, thoughtful, and thorough presentation of a specific part of Jim Crow history. I couldn't stop listening...and I will certainly seek out Paschal's book to provide further context for course discussions.

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