his powerful voice and the help of others to open everyones view to understand

His powerful voice and the help of others to open

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his powerful voice and the help of others to open everyone’s view to understand that separating the children wouldn’t benefit the kids from getting a better education. Having the children altogether in the same school can help them learn about different lifestyles that other kids may have which can help them understand and appreciate more things in life. Consequently, colored people and African Americans were still considered powerless to have their freedom of speech and privileges to do whatever they want. Later on, the legislators ofAmerica allowed the laws that was led to segregation of the different type of races. That was known as the “Jim Crow Laws.” The laws were projected to make the black and whites divided. Originally, it was formed to limit people of color and the liberties. Back then, black and whites
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4weren’t allowed to attend the same schools, marry each other, play with each other, or even have the same transportation. When it was still known as the law, the African Americans didn’t have any freedom whereas the whites had most of the freedoms they wanted. During the case, it wasn’t just the adults in segregation, children was involved too. After all, it did start because of the children’s education being divided. Adults couldn’t work together whereas students couldn’t go to the same school together. The children probably didn’t know much of what was going on back then, they knew what they were told from their parents and educators. Luckily, after the Brown v. Board of Education case, segregation started to end, and the Jim Crow laws were required to obliterate. Anyways, getting more into the NAACP, they were not only focusing on pursuing access towards public education, but they were also trying to end the Jim Crow laws. The Jim Crow Laws were basically the state and local laws that imposed racial segregation towards the Southern U.S. The segregation of public schools ended up being a violation of the 14thamendment and which it was unconstitutional. The purpose of the 14thamendment was to protectthe rights of previous slaves and to allow blacks to have some type of rights and freedom, but it was understood in opposing ways like it was to also establish segregation and integration. So, when did segregation end for African Americans? During the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Brown v. Board of Education decision in 1954 was when racial segregation officially ended in the United States. Back then, racial segregation was a major issue because of Jim Crow Laws, it
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