14th Amendment

14th Amendment

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  • Hey coach, can I try out?
  • With 14th Amendment
  • On July 9th, 1868, the 14th amendment was passed giving everyone equal rights no matter who they were.
  • Sure, kid. We always need a few more players!
  • It gave people the chance to chase their dreams without having to rethink about themselves and their rights.
  • At Practice
  • Here!!
  • At game
  • Hey coach, Can I try out?
  • Without 14th Amendment
  • Without this amendment, it hinders peoples chances to be who they want to be because of what they may look like.
  • Sorry kid. I can't let you play
  • At practice
  • At home - during game
  • Being told you can't do something because of what you look like can really affect a person.
  • What's the point?
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