What were the effects of Plessy v. Ferguson?

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Plessy v Ferguson is a case in 1896 that upheld the state laws about racial segregation. The effect of the case stated that state segregation laws are constitutional as long as a person has access to separate but equal facilities. The law encouraged racism giving many whites the feeling of superiority while African Americans felt inferior.
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