Out on growers and began a boycott of grape products

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out on growers and began a boycott of grape products produced in regionCaused by influence of Cesar ChavezCaused march from Delano to Sacramento, California; Chavez to get arrested; support from Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy1972 march called the "Trail of Broken Treaties": AIM responsibleCaused occupation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs to bring attention to cause; 200 people armed with weapons occupied Wounded Knee, South Dakota Supreme Court ruled states couldn’t take away Native Americans rights to hunt and fish on lands they received through past treaty agreementVocabulary (fill in effects from the lesson where possible or put the definition in your own words)Feminism – belief in the need to secure and protect rights and opportunities for women equal to those ofmen7.04: Civil Rights Decisions: The Big IdeasHow did suspects’ rights change with these court decisions? Amendments to the Constitution in Bill of Rights protected a suspect’s rights. Sections 4-6.People“Warren Court”: Supreme Court during the ruling of Earl Warren as Chief Justice; famous for liberal rulings that expanded civil rights and federal powerSupreme Court CasesCaseIssueResolutionBrown v. Board of Education(1954)Linda Brown had to walk half a mile through a railroad switchyard to catch a bus to take her to an all-white school seven blocks from her house.Supreme Court ruled it a violation of the 14thAmendmentAmerican schools became integratedGreen v. County School Boardof New Kent County (1968)
Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg (1971)Regents of the University ofCalifornia v. Bakke (1978)Allan Bakke’s application to the University of California medical school was rejected twice due to reverse discriminationSupreme Court ruled that the University of California was administering reverse discrimination to BakkeMiranda v. Arizona (1966)Gideon v. Wainwright (1963)Mapp v. Ohio (1961)Griswold v. Connecticut (1965)Connecticut law banned the use of any device or medicine to prevent people fromconceiving children and spreading information related to the topic. Estelle Griswold opened a clinic that advised married couples on birth control methods.Supreme Court decided law was a violation to the “right to marital privacy”Roe v. Wade (1973)Texas law prevented abortions. An unmarried 21-year-old woman found out she was pregnant and wanted an abortion.Supreme Court determined abortion a right to privacy. States can regulate abortions that occur in later stages of pregnancy.Vocabulary (fill in effects from the lesson where possible or put the definition in your own words)Affirmative action – the efforts, usually through law, to improve opportunities for disadvantaged groups in education, employment, and other areasPrecedent – a court action or decision used as a reference in later cases

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