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Separate water fountains for Black people still stand in the South – thinly veiled monuments to the long, strange, dehumanizing history of segregation

By Rodney Coates, Professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Miami University
Though the Civil Rights Act of 1964 officially ended racial discrimination in public places, relics of the Jim Crow South still haunt modern memory.The Conversation

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