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Jim Crow

noun [U]   US old-fashioned disapproving
the laws and policies once used in the US to treat black people unfairly and to keep them apart from white people (美国对黑人的)种族歧视,种族隔离 Systems of governmentRacial issuesRace and ethnicity
Translations of “Jim Crow”
in Chinese (Traditional) (美國對黑人的)種族歧視,種族隔離…
(Definition of Jim Crow from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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