Civil Rights- Inequalities- Leeanna Earp

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Civil Rights- Inequalities- Leeanna Earp

Civil Rights~Education and Equality

Desegregation of elementary schools, high schools and colleges was one of the core demands of the civil rights movement in the U.S.

Works Cited:http://www.unchainingcivilrights.org/education.htmlhttp://www.unchainingcivilrights.org/equality.htmlhttp://blog.thebump.com/2013/01/21/baby-names-inspired-by-the-civil-rights-movement/http://www.aarp.org/politics-society/history/civil-rights/

Water Fountains

The Civil War, with the potential to change the racial time, fell short of it's goal. Even after the Emancipation Proclamation and the civil rights amendments, racism remained intact.

The right to equal educational opportunities has been at the forefront of the civil rights struggles in the United States and remains so today.

The struggle for access to education, regardless of race or ethnicity has been a seminal part of American history. While education of African Americans was forbidden under slavery, slaves risked life and limb to educate themselves. Slaves who were discovered to have learned to read were subjected to beatings and amputations.


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