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1 He wants to kick Jim Crow out of the California Constitution
2 Restoring part of Charlotte’s Black history centers on saving a Jim Crow-era school
3 Oppressed by Jim Crow laws, Black students created Baltimore Institute of Musical Arts
4 10 NC Black history lessons you likely weren’t taught in school (but should have been)
5 Free Virtual Tour of NY HIstory Exhibit "Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow"
6 How a freed slave triumphed over a White lynch mob in the Jim Crow South
7 'Black and White': Emotional images and storytelling balance the narrative of city's racial past
8 From Jim Crow South to Connecticut, Meriden man has spent lifetime battling racism
9 East Tennessee History Center offering "Black and White: Knoxville in the Jim Crow Era" exhibit
10 How Jim Crow-era laws still tear families from their homes
11 Some Columbia 'Green Book' sites still standing; the guide once a key to survival in segregated America
12 Black History Month Voices: Nneka N’namdi | Commentary
13 Professor says every day is ‘Black history’
14 LETTERS: Reject voting bill | Letters | wcfcourier.com
15 Historian to lead discussion on Wilmington’s ‘Green Book’ locations
16 News | Creating a Safe Space to Talk About Race
17 My Turn: A syllabus for the sponsors of 'divisive concepts' legislation
18 Push to extend minimum wage increase to farmworkers voted down by Virginia Senate
19 On Labor Acknowledgements and Honoring the Sacrifice of Black Americans
20 Why a Connecticut family foundation is funding the national movement for Black lives
21 Raven vs Raider | Letters | rutlandherald.com
22 Oak Ridge school leaders plan petition to add Oak Ridge 85 to state standards
23 'Black Broadway' Author Says U Street Legacy Should Inspire Washingtonians
24 Retired Army musician encourages youth to pursue education
25 What’s on the menu for Black History Month lunch? At this Miami Beach hotel, an apology
26 Achievement unlocked: Tennessee professor’s new course explores American history through ‘Red Dead Redemption’ video game
27 A New Art Exhibit; Gardening for Beginners; The March of Dimes; “Give Kids a Miracle” – What’s Happening in NWA
28 Taking responsibility for the house we live in
29 Backroads: Rail travel was segregated in Jim Crow era
30 Virginia is set to become first Southern state to declare racism a public health crisis: What it means and why it matters
31 Generational shift: Education helped Nicholson family pass on paths to success
32 How Philadelphia's Black churches overcame disease, depression and civil strife
33 The Map: Segregated Syracuse
34 New Georgia legislation would curb ‘souls to the polls’
35 Letters to the Editor: Support 'Lift Every Voice' as national hymn
36 Virginia bill to make farmworkers eligible for minimum wage killed
37 White Supremacy Symbols In Oregon: Teen's Experience At An Antiques Mall
38 The right to vote is under siege
39 Opinion/Editorial: Felons in prison don't deserve vote
40 Leesburg farmer talks challenges faced by Black farmers
41 Bill to make farmworkers eligible for minimum wage killed
42 Recognizing what unites us as humans as we honor Black history month
43 He escaped a lynch mob, then sued its members in court
44 The Minimum Wage’s Racially Discriminatory Roots
45 Birds Of A Feather
46 Forgotten history: Craven Terrace and Dryborough community the 'most interesting' in the nation
47 Felons and non-citizens on Connecticut juries? Not a good idea
48 Lessenberry: Bill Brower's work at The Blade paved way for Black reporters | The Blade
49 “COVID-19 and Inequality” Series Focuses on Health, Climate, and the Future of Cities—Feb. 25 Through April 22
50 True-crime author Tresniowski to discuss 'The Rope' on March 1
51 Miami Beach Hotel Apologizes for ‘Tone-Deaf' Food Items on Black History Month Menu
52 ‘The Three Mothers’ honors the women who made Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin | Book revi
53 I know firsthand the deadly effects of environmental racism
54 Black Iowans' missing history is a crack in our foundation
55 With One School Name Change Down, Gainesville Activists Push To Topple Other Confederate Reminders
56 'Framing Britney Spears,' 'Detransition, Baby,' Full Bio: Frederick Douglass, 'A Shot in the Moonlight' | All Of It
57 Bridgeport artist confronts blackface imagery to 'address and educate' in solo show
58 Does race remain a factor in the evaluation of NFL quarterbacks?
59 Bloody Sunday memorial to honor late civil rights giants
60 What Do We Do About John James Audubon?
61 Rutgers, Penn take steps to confront ties to slavery on their campuses
62 One on One: Jim Crow Is Still Alive in North Carolina
63 This Black History Month, better understand the role of the Black family > News > USC Dornsife
64 Four ways 'Jim Crow 2.0' is shaping this presidential election
65 Column: Jim Crow is still alive in North Carolina
66 A look into history: Slave patrols, Jim Crow laws
67 Jim Crow laws created ‘slavery by another name’
68 Jim Crow is still alive in North Carolina
69 Jim Crow Laws
70 Racist Signs And Toys Teach Tolerance At Jim Crow Museum
71 'Apartheid and Jim Crow are really no different': Why George Floyd's death reverberated in Africa
72 Voters remove Jim Crow provision from Mississippi Constitution
73 Time to call out the GOP’s new Jim Crow tactics
74 Mississippians can make history by removing Jim Crow-era provision on their own
75 Remnants of Jim Crow Found in Modern Housing Policy
76 Mississippi to vote on Jim Crow-era law designed to secure 'white supremacy' in state politics
77 As Supreme Court reconsiders Jim Crow-era split juries, past cases could earn new trials
78 Michigan Humanities Grant to Further Jim Crow Museum Intentions for Bruce Davidson Civil Rights Photographs
79 Advocates against 'Jim Crow' jury decisions wait for Supreme Court to repair harm retroactively
80 What 'Edwards V. Vannoy' Case Means For People Convicted By Jim Crow Jury
81 The legacy of Jim Crow: Local man recalls what it was like being a Black athlete in the 1950s
82 Racist Jim Crow era lives on in Florida decision to disenfranchise felons over fines
83 Voters could remove Jim Crow law that hurts African American-backed candidates
84 Obama calls filibuster 'Jim Crow relic' that should be eliminated if necessary to enact voting rights legislation
85 Op-ed: Racism scarred Jim Crow-era Black Americans. Here's why they deserve reparations.
86 Jim Crow–era law could determine whether Democrats or Republicans control the Senate
87 FACEism: From Jim Crow to 2020, a history of voter suppression in the US
88 DG MARTIN COLUMN: Jim Crow is still alive in North Carolina
89 Jim Crow Road name is under fire, but history suggests something other than racism
90 ‘Jim Crow, Indian style’: How Native Americans were denied the right to vote for decades
91 Mississippi could drop Jim Crow-era statewide voting process
92 Local 'Green Book' motel was a haven for Black travelers during Jim Crow. An affordable housing project seeks to honor that history
93 African American Michigan: The People v. Jim Crow
94 ONLINE: Jim Crow of the North
95 Did Idaho Have Any Housing Discrimination Laws During The Jim Crow Era?
96 Fitch to ask US Supreme Court to dismiss lawsuit claiming Jim Crow laws harm public education
97 Jim Crow, the Nazis and racial hatred | Letters to the Editor | napavalleyregister.com
98 Voters Weigh Erasing Jim Crow Where Symbols, Even Slavery, Legal
99 A petition opposed to renaming Jim Crow Road has emerged. Here's what it says
100 The Forgotten Northern Origins of Jim Crow