Civil Rights in USA

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The essay must: 1. Examine one aspect of the 14th amendment-civil rights, citizenship. 2. Address concepts regarding race, ethnicity and/or gender in the United States 3. Discuss case studies Plessy vs Ferguson, loving vs Virginia in relation to points 1 & 2 4. Have a clear and well written thesis statement that addresses points 1-3 5. Evidence must include a combination of: a. archival documentation b. a close analysis of the case studies C. cite from primary and secondary sources regarding case or cultural objects D. Relation to readings, “kindred” by Octavia butler, “voices of freedom” by Eric Foner, souls of Block Folk-du Boise, seeing more than black and white-Elizabeth Martinez 6. A conclusion
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Introduction
Civil Rights in USA One of the most influential statements that were proclaimed in the eve of American independence by the first leaders was that all men were equal and that these human beings have unalienable rights that are unique to each other. Among these basic rights are rights to life, happiness and freedom. The government, which is instituted by people, ought to ensure that all persons are granted these rights. The first fathers of America proclaimed that all persons were created equal and therefore, the government should endeavor to treat them equally. The 13th and 14th amendments were established as an attempt to remove inequalities that were widely experienced between people of different races. The concept of the equality was however, not clearly depicted in the American constitution until certain amendments to the same were made. The 13th amendment that was established in 1965 outlawed slavery, and the preceding 14th amendment established three years later, provided equal rights for all USA citizens….ORDER NOW
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