BLACK AMERICANS UNDER THE JIM CROW LAWS LET’S PRACTISE! In order to enforce the Jim Crow laws in the South , "Colored Only" and " for White Only" signs were put up. Here are some of the signs that used to be found in the deep South Africa during the Jim Crow Laws era. How did these signs affect “Afro-American” people living in the South ? With the help of the documents you have read, write down a caption under each sign. →
YOU WILL MAKE USE OF THE VERBS FROM THE TOOLBOX AND THE PASSIVE FORM to compel → contraindre allow → autoriser
to forbid → interdire
to grant (the right ) → accorder (un droit) nécessiter/avoir besoin to deny → nier/refuser (qch à qn) to force → forcer/obliger
Considering what you have just learnt and taking the documents provided into account , write your own definition of “ Segregation ” in the form of an essay written in the passive form so as to describe the “hopeless” situation of Black and Coloured people when segregation was in practice in the deep South. (250 words) You will make use of Passive Forms in order to put forward the
people who were affected by those unfair laws. / you will express obligation /necessity /prohibition … in the past
used to + BV (passé révolu) / would + BV to emphasize the idea
that the Jim Crow Laws are no longer in practice today.