The court case plessy v. ferguson challenged the legality of racially segregated facilities. scare tactics

The court case plessy v. ferguson challenged the legality of
racially segregated facilities.
scare tactics to enforce jim crow laws.
racially segregated housing.
"separate but equal” schools.

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  1. Racially segregated facilities specifically trains But if its impact academy the answer is A I took the quiz. 

  2. The correct answer is the legality of racially segregated train cars.

    Home Plessy was a man who broke the Louisiana state law regarding separate railroad cars for black and white passengers. Even though Plessy was considered "7/8ths white" by law, he was still not allowed to sit in the white car according to the Louisiana law. He challenged this law and his lawyer argued that this was a clear violation of the 14th amendment rights guaranteed to all citizens. However, the Supreme Court ruled that "separate but equal" was not a violation of the aforementioned amendment.

  3. The court case Plessy v. Ferguson challenged the legality of: racially segregated facilities.

    Plessy v Fergusson initially revolves around whether black citizens were allowed to sit in the same train compartment as white citizens. Eventually, the court ruled out in favour of the separation. This case become the landmark that legalize racial segregation in united states.

  4. The correct answer is: "A: racially segregated facilities"

    The Plessy v. ferguson case in 1896 gave rise to a landmark decision of the US Supreme Court. The case questioned whether the existence of segregated public facilities was constitutionaly legal or not. The decision issued by the court stated that segregated facilities were legal as long as the quality on all of them was the same, therefore giving rise to the principle of "separate but equal".

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