14th amendment storyboard

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  • Main Idea
  • The 14th Amendment was passed today!!!
  • July 9,1868
  • Newspaper
  • The 14th Amendment gives equal rights to the former slaves.
  • Setting
  • The 14th Amendment was passed in the House of representatives
  • Evidence
  • The 14th Amendment was validated on July 9, 1868, and permitted citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the United States, which did include the recently freed slaves.
  • Perspective
  • The North liked the 14th Amendment and the idea that a black man was equal to a white man or any other skin color for that matter.
  • Most of the South did not like the 14th amendment so the South started to make Jim Crow laws which enforced racial segregation and discrimination.
  • Audiance
  • The Whole Nation
  • Significance
  • Dad we finally have equal rights just like the white people!
  • The 14th Amendment granted citizenship to anyone born or naturalized in the United States and still affects us today.
  • Yes Jamal we are finally citizens of the United States of America!
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