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Black Studies 1 Lipsitz 11/27/07 About life about man named Dead Hospital named no mercy Dr St. becomes not dr. St. Interpretation through suspicion McGhee, MI Freedom Democratic Party Justice department has no power to enforce Investigation is left at hands of citizens Putting black children in segregated schools is unconstitutional Implemented with all deliberate speed Violating supreme court for 10 years, not sent to jail, etc 1971 supreme court accepts plan to bus students to desegregate Busing was terrible, should attend neighborhood schools Busing that was fine for segregation becomes viewed as terrible when used to desegregate President shouldn’t give inducements to schools if using bussing Ordered busing as a remedy, only way blacks attend white schools is move into white neighborhoods Fair employment practices (no discrimination in hiring) In order to get job, child of someone who already has a job at the company
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  • Fall '07
  • Lipsitz
  • Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Civil Rights Act of 1968, Violating supreme court, Freedom Democratic Party

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