History of Intolerance Timeline

History of Intolerance Timeline - 1635 - The first Latin...

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1635 - The first Latin Grammar School (Boston Latin School) is established. Latin Grammar Schools are designed for sons of certain social classes who are destined for leadership positions in church, state, or the courts. 1885 – Chinese immigrants earned less than a dollar a day working for the Central Pacific Railroad Company. Due to their harsh working environment, 15-18% of them died. After the railroad was finished, they were forced to live in slums. 1866 – The 14 th Amendment is passed entitling all persons born or naturalized in the United States to citizenship and equal protection under the law. This gives freed male slaves the right to vote. Most southern states refuse to ratify it. 1871 – Over 500 Anglos and Latinos entered Los Angeles' Chinatown to massacre Chinese residents due to race. 1875 – The Civil Rights Act is passed, banning segregation in all public accommodations. The Supreme Court rules it unconstitutional in 1883. 1877 -
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2009 for the course AREWSGFAEW awrjhafkb taught by Professor Arkfhabkrjf during the Spring '09 term at 東京大学.

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