The Supreme Court ruled in 1865 that the Fifteenth Amendment made them U.S. Citizens
They have been citizens since the 1800s
Congress passed an act in 1924 to make them U.S. citizens.
They are not considered citizens of the United States if they live on a reservation.
To protect dairy prices for American farmers
To provide the same rights for farm workers as union members in other industries
To have legally recognized the right of farm workers to collectively organize
Both B and C
Statehood for Puerto Rico
Independence for Puerto Rico
Commonwealth status for Puerto Rico
Terrorism to support Puerto Rican independence
It was passed in 1994 by the state of California to deny welfare and other benefits to illegal immigrants.
It was passed in 1994 by the state of Texas to deny welfare benefits to both legal and illegal immigrants.
It was passed in 1994 by the state of Texas to deny publicly funded education to the children of illegal immigrants.
It was passed in Colorado to prevent the state from banning discrimination against gays.
The National Organization for Women (NOW)
Armed Forces of Liberation (FALN)
New Progressive Party
Massachusetts' highest court in 2003 ruled that gay couple have the right to marry.
President Bush in 2004 called for a constitutional amendment to prohibit gay marriages.
The U.S. Supreme Court in 2003 ruled that states could not outlaw private sexual conduct.
All of the above.
The doctrine of "separate but equal"
The doctrine that segregation is "inherently unequal"
The doctrine that desegregation must take place with "all deliberate speed"
The doctrine that the Fourteenth Amendment forbids only discrimination by states but not discrimination by private citizens
Martin Luther King Jr.
It prohibited discrimination based upon religion or race in public accomodations that affect interstate comerce.
It prohibited discrimination because of race, color, gender, religion, or national origin by employers and labor unions.
It barred voting registrars from adopting different standards for white and black applicants.
All of the above.
The fifteenth Amendment
The Civil Rights Act of 1964
The Voting Rights Act of 1965
The Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas
Universities have the right to give preference to blacks and other minorities as long as they do not use rigid racial "quotas".
The history of the 1964 Civil Rights Act shows that it was designed to prohibit all private affirmative action programs
Affirmative action plans to protect recently hired black employees must yield to seniority when layoffs are necessary
Allan Bakke had no right to be admitted to the medical school of the University of California at Davis.
Experience of discrimination and prejudice
Struggle against racism and sexism
Persecution for their religious beliefs
Struggle for equal rights
All white citizens
Hate people who are different
Learn only about family relationships
Fear those they do not know
None of the above
The political leaders
Due process of law
Equal protection of the law