Ruby Bridges going into William Frantz Elementary School
You don't belong here !
Apparently she is............
Segregation in 1950's
HIGH COURT BANS SEGREGATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
Brown v Board
Baby we did it!!!! (Grandma voice =))
In 1960 Ruby Bridges is one of six black children who passed a test, which allowed them to attend the all-white segregated William Frantz Elementary school.
General there's no more segregation in my armed forces....
These people are just as capable to do your job, if not better.
In the early and mid-1900's the "separate, but equal" was the mindset for all of the head politicians. Who made the laws and allowed everything to be segregated. Things so small as drinking fountains, seats, and bathrooms were segregated.
Plessy v. Ferguson
N***** you don't belong here !
Block them out Homer........
The court made its decision in 1954. The court ruled that separating children in school by race went against the Constitution. Segregated schools were not equal and could not be made equal.
Bloody Sunday(March from Selma, AL to the state capital,Montgomery
In 1948, President Harry Truman made a order to stop segregation in Armed forces.
Plessy v. Ferguson, was a landmark 1896 U.S. Supreme Court decision that upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation laws for public facilities as long as the segregated facilities were equal in quality. A doctrine that came to known as "separate but equal." This stemmed from a 1892 case in which American Creole train passenger Homer Plessy refused to sit in a car for blacks.
The Selma to Montgomery marches were three protest marches held in 1965 along a 54-mile highway from Selma, Alabama. To the state capital, Montgomery.