2003 Dbq Analysis

536 Words3 Pages
Minorities were always segregated and looked inferior to white or caucasians. As a human we have alienable rights. which are the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. As minorities had wanted desegregation for educational purposes and their happiness. In cases such as 1896 Plessy V. Ferguson we first get a sense of what separate but equal means. (Document C), “says that after the result of this case a law permitted separation of races in public places”. ”they not come in contact of each other and be recognized within the same space of establishment”. This at the time had shown the world the ruling of what the supreme court believed, while violating the 14th amendment. on (Document H), “had shown that most of the southern countries still had segregation”. the map was dated 1953 as it was created which shows that the judicial system could have made better decisions before the case of brown vs the board of education.…show more content…
In other words this is saying that regardless of a person’s background there will not be any laws or bills segregating humans/peoples. this quote is from the a section of the 14th amendment stating that everyone should receive the same treatment under any circumstance. (Document B). in the time of 1940s (document G), shows the segregated classrooms of an underfunded school. filled with mostly african american students. which is not only wrong but unfair to the student body for not getting the chance to adapt into diverse culture. which supports the idea that the judicial system could have made better decisions in regards of stopping segregation earlier in terms ior schools and

    More about 2003 Dbq Analysis

      Open Document