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AP GOV Ch.19 Siftar

AP US Government Ch. 19 Wilson - Kinnick

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What are Civil Rights The rights of citizens to vote, to receive equal treatment before the aw, and to share equally with other citizens the benefits of public facilities.
A slang expression for African Americans that emerged in the 1820's and came to signify the laws and governmental practices designed to segregate blacks from whites, especially in the American south Jim Crow
Equality of opportunity A view that it is wrong to use race or sex to discriminate against or give preferential treatment to minorities or women.
What was the Black Predicament a number of racial discriminations the black race had to face in America
No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States The 14 Ammendment
"Seperate but equal" Plessy v. Ferguson
What does De jure segregation mean? segregation by law
Who led the first boycott during the civil rights era? Martin Luther King Jr.
Who unleashed police dogs and fire hoses on blacks? Eugene "Bull" Connors
This says that some different treatment is reasonable and not arbitrary. reasonableness standard
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