Where is the Jim Crow section On this merry-go-round, Mister, cause I want to ride?Down South where I come from White and colored Can"t sit side by side. Down South on the train There"s a Jim Crow car. On the bus we"re put in the back—But there ain"t no back


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well this poem seems to show just how creul segrigation truly was to african american, my names ryan and i live in idaho so i haven meet many african americans but i know that they are part of america too i salute too my black brothers.O.o sorry for any mis-spelin"szis


The fact that this kid has never met a black person is truly one of saddest things i have ever heard and his misspelling makes me wish I was lynched.


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