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by Flora Hatley Wadelington Reprinted with permission from the Tar Heel Junior Historian. Tar Heel Junior Historian Association, NC Museum of History See also: Civil Rights Movement; Civil Rights in North Carolina; Public Education; Private Education; School Desegregation When one thinks of the past, many images come to mind.One of the most prominent images of the early twentieth century in the South was the COLORED and WHITE signs that dotted the landscape across the South.At the end of the Civil War, Alabama had to reconstitute its state legislature.The state's first postwar constitution, drafted in 1865, actually cut back on equal rights for freedmen that had been present in Alabama's antebellum constitutions.As those segregation laws became entrenched, so did social customs and practices that accompanied Jim Crow.One of the areas where the image of segregation was most visible in North Carolina in the 1920s was in education.

North Carolina enacted segregation laws that mandated the separation of citizens by race or color.

Civil liberties refer to the freedoms guaranteed in the Bill of Rights, such as the freedom of speech or religion.

Civil rights protect all persons from discrimination both by the government and other individuals.

Ferguson that state laws enforcing racial segregation in private businesses was constitutional under the principle that segregation was legal so long as blacks and whites were granted equal public accommodations (the “separate but equal” doctrine).

However, blacks and whites were not granted equal treatment.