Jan. 29, 2010 Lecture

Jan. 29, 2010 Lecture - for blacks, invalidated Jim Crow...

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LECTURE: JAN. 29, 2010 Bring bluebook 1 term removal: model minority -Criminal aliens/subjects: Mexicans were always suspected of being illegal. This made Mexicans permanent outsiders (alien citizenship) Japanese internment -Cultural pluralism: social condition in which smaller minority group fully participate in a society and maintain their unique traditions -decolonization 40s and 50) helped inspire great indignity in government reforms. Civil Rights Movement 1954: Brown v. Board of Education: declared that state laws establishing separate public schools for blacks and whites. 1961: Kennedy issues order of Equal Employment Opportunity Committee: to desegregate public institutions. 1964: Civil rights act: making sure people had protection to their rights, extended voting rights
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Unformatted text preview: for blacks, invalidated Jim Crow laws, desegregate public schools and public areas in general 1965: Labor union strike for higher wages (Cesar Chavez): United Farm Workers of America. agricultural labor was made vulnerable for labor exploitation.-3 weeks: March from Selma Alabama. People began to put their physical safety on the line for their rights. -Hart-Cellar Act is passed (Immigration Act of 1965): made Americans aware of racism in the US, eliminated national origin quotas, every country was treated equally, max of 20,000 each country first come first serve. 1966: Chavez marched and called for CA-nians to boycott, strike lasted 5 years....
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