5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 19th amendment
- Hyde Amendment
- Brown v. Board II (1955)
- de jure segregation
- Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
- a The Supreme Court ruled that schools should desegregate "with all deliberate speed." Southern states fought this.
- b The Supreme Court allowed the southern states to twist the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment by declaring separate but equal Constitutional.
- c Segregation created by law.
- d Women can vote.
- e Legislation that banned the use of federal funds for abortions.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Designing remedies for overcoming racism and sexism by taking race and sex into account.
- Former slaves are now citizens and have the rights of citizens. Overturned Dred Scott v. Sandford case. Guaranteed due process and equal protection.
- Unanimous Supreme Court decision that said segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.
- The Civil RIghts Act of 1964 applies to public and private businesses.
- The rights of citizens to vote, receive equal treatment before the law, and share benefits equally.
5 True/False Questions
26th amendment (1971) → 18-21 year olds can vote.
Plessy v. Ferguson → The standard under which the court once upheld racial segregation.
Emancipation Proclamation → Make by Abe Lincoln in 1863. It said that slaves are free in the rebel states. It did nothing initially but gradually destroyed the system of slavery in the south.
freedom of choice → A school integration plan mandating no particular racial balance.
Jim Crow → The Supreme Court ruled that the 14th amendment did not apply to the states. Equal protection and due process did not apply to blacks. Jim Crow laws result.