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Separate But Equal: The Plessy v. Ferguson Case
Ferguson Case In 1887, Florida passed the first law requiring railways to provide “equal but separate accommodations for the white, and colored, races,” and Mississippi, Texas, and other states soon followed suit.
Separate But Equal: The Plessy v
Brown argued that as long as racially separate facilities were equal they did not violate the Fourteenth Amendment’s guarantees of equal protection of the law.