Jim Crow

Jim Crow
Synonyms and related words:
Jim Crow law, alien, anti-Semitism, apartheid, apartness, black power, black supremacy, chauvinism, class consciousness, class distinction, class hatred, class prejudice, class war, color bar, color line, detachment, discrimination, division, ethnocentrism, exclusiveness, fascism, foreigner, insularity, insulation, isolation, isolationism, know-nothingism, male chauvinist, minority prejudice, narrowness, out-group, outcast, outsider, parochialism, persona non grata, privacy, privatism, privatization, quarantine, race hatred, race prejudice, race snobbery, racial discrimination, racial segregation, racialism, racism, recess, reclusion, red-baiting, retirement, retreat, rustication, seclusion, secrecy, segregation, separation, sequestration, sex discrimination, sexism, snobbishness, social barrier, social discrimination, splendid isolation, stranger, superpatriotism, tightness, ultranationalism, white power, white supremacy, withdrawal, xenophobia

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  • Jim Crow — Der Ausdruck Jim Crow (dt.: „Jim, die Krähe“) steht in den USA für die Geschichte der Rassendiskriminierung. Jim Crow ist das Stereotyp eines tanzenden, singenden, mit sich und der Welt zufriedenen, aber unterdurchschnittlich intelligenten… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Jim Crow — may refer to:* Jim Crow laws, laws regarding racial segregation formerly found in parts of the United States * Jump Jim Crow , the song for which Jim Crow laws were named * Jim Crow, a typeface * Jim crow, a tool for bending rails * Jim Crow, an… …   Wikipedia

  • Jim Crow — est le nom : de la chanson Jump Jim Crow ; des Lois Jim Crow, ainsi nommées en raison de la popularité de la chanson ; une fonte de caractères nommée Jim Crow, par allusion au personnage de la chanson ; James C. Crow, savant… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Jim Crow — black person, 1838, American English, originally the name of a black minstrel character in a popular song and dance act by T.D. Rice (1808 1860) that debuted 1828 and attained national popularity by 1832: Wheel about, an turn about, an do jis so; …   Etymology dictionary

  • Jim Crow — Jim′ Crow′ [[t]dʒɪm[/t]] n. amh. (sometimes l.c.) a practice or policy of segregating or discriminating against blacks Also called Jim′ Crow′ism, jim′ crow′ism. Etymology: 1920–25; so called from the name of a song sung by Thomas Rice (1808–60)… …   From formal English to slang

  • Jim-Crow — /jim kroh /, adj. 1. favoring or supporting Jim Crow. 2. for blacks only: a Jim Crow school. Also, jim crow. * * * …   Universalium

  • Jim-Crow — /jim kroh /, adj. 1. favoring or supporting Jim Crow. 2. for blacks only: a Jim Crow school. Also, jim crow …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jim Crow — n. 1. A negro; said to be so called from a popular negro dance song, the refrain of which is Wheel about and turn about and jump Jim Crow, produced in 1835 by Thomas D. Rice (1808 1860), a famous negro minstrel; considered disparaging and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Jim Crow — ☆ Jim Crow n. [name of an early black minstrel song] [also j c ] Informal traditional discrimination against or segregation of blacks, esp. in the U.S. Jim Crow vt., adj. Jim Crowism n …   English World dictionary

  • Jim-crow — a. For negroes only; set aside for used of negroes as a policy of racial discrimination. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Jim-crow — n. (Mach.) 1. A machine for bending or straightening rails. [1913 Webster] 2. A planing machine with a reversing tool, to plane both ways. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English