The Fourteenth Amendment
The Civil Rights Act of 1875
The decision in Plessy v. Ferguson
The decision in Morgan v. Virginia
Due process of law.
"separate but equal".
"all deliberate speed".
Equal protection of the law.
Hiring an employee
Selling or renting a home.
Awarding a construction contract.
Admitting students to state universities.
Jim Crow Laws.
A concentration of urban African Americans in slum areas.
A voter literacy test given to African Americans in the South.
Nation of Islam.
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.
Southern Christian Leadership Committee.
Students Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
Little Rock Nine.
Habit and custom.
Inequalities in education.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Fannie Lou Hamer.
World War I
Failing of the Equal Rights Amendment
The assasination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The assassination of Robert Kennedy.
Equal opportunity in housing.
Affirmative action programs.
Black participation in politics.
Separate but equal facilities.
Both relied on militant tactics.
Both were founded by church leaders.
Both promoted nonviolent protest.
Neither was interracial.
Separate from white society and lead their own communities.
Strive to end segregation with boycotts and strikes.
Emigrate back to Africa, similar to Marcus Garvey.
Use nonviolent protest to bring about change.
Booker T. Washington
The Nation of Islam.
None of these.
The March on Washington.
Women's church groups.
Bold newspaper advertisements.
Young African Americans.
African American clergyman.
White and African American businessmen.
"an eye for an eye".
Fighting back only if struck first.
A Supreme Court decision.
The safety of buses.
A congressional decree.
The character of local police officers.