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Jim Crow can refer to several subjects:
- James F. Crow, Professor Emeritus of Genetics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- The Jim Crow laws, state and local laws in the Southern and border states of the United States from 1876 to 1964 that required racial segregation.
- "Jump Jim Crow", the blackface song for which the laws were named, often sung by Thomas Dartmouth Rice, in 1828.
- A character from the 1941 film Dumbo named for the Rice character and the laws
- Jim Crow (typeface), from the 1890s
- Jim crow (tool), a tool for bending rails
- Jim Crow (hip hop group)
- James Crow invented sour-mash in the 1820's @ Labrot & Graham Distillery, now named Woodford Reserve, Woodford County, Kentucky.
 See also
- Mount Jim Crow National Park
- list of blackface minstrel songs, includes other songs with similar titles.
- crowbar (tool)
- John James Crowe (December 28, 1876 - February 27, 1965) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross. list of Victoria Cross recipients by name - C; list of English Victoria Cross recipients; list of First World War Victoria Cross recipients.
- Admiral William James Crowe, Jr., United States Navy (Ret.) (born January 2, 1925) is a former United States Navy admiral who served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
- Anthony Rosario (1976–January 12, 1995), an 18-year-old resident of New York City, born and raised in The Bronx, was killed (along with Hilton Vega (1973-1995)) by NYPD officers Patrick Brosnan and James Crowe, who were former bodyguards of mayor Rudolph Giuliani. The perceived refusal of Giuliani and Commissioner Bill Bratton to listen to new evidence caused clashes between citizens and police. His mother has since fought for the rights of the families of youths killed by the police.
- James Crowe, a 1962 Manitoba legislative candidate: Manitoba general election, 1962