doctrine first established, and later overturned, by the U.S. Supreme Court allowing states to maintain segregated facilities for blacks and whites as long as they provided equal service.
A concept that gives states the right to segregate races of people in public transportation. This idea was extended to allow races to have separate but of similar quality facilities, like schools and restaurants.
Constitutional doctrine in the United States from 1896 to 1954 that held that equality was not violated if blacks were required to use separate facilities in transportation, education, and other public areas, as long as the services were equal.
Phrase which implied that it was acceptable to segregate races provided that the races are treated equally.
Separate But Equal is a mixtape album by North Carolina hip hop group, Little Brother and DJ Drama. It features production by group member 9th Wonder, fellow Justus League member Khrysis, and guestspots by Mos Def, Bun B, L.E.G.A.C.Y., and Supastition.
Separate But Equal is an unaired (in the US) episode of the Nickelodeon show All Grown Up.