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The 13th Amendment made it illegal for slavery to be instituted in the US as a punishment.
The 13th Amendment was the first step towards equality, however many African-Americans struggled to find work and were segregated in communities
The 14th Amendment made all people born and naturalized in the US citizens.
Although African-Americans were now considered citizens, their rights were still hindered by "separate but equal" policies
The 15th Amendment grants all US Citizens the right to vote regardless of previous status of slavery.
Progressive steps such as the establishment of the 15th Amendment gave way to a future of equality in America
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