Alice Paul And The Struugles For Women's Suffrage

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In the "Alice Paul and the Struugles for Women 's Suffrage" and in "From Briggs v. Elliott to Brown v Bored of Education" both by an unknown author, have the same similarities due to the fact of Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. But there is also differences in both of the passages. In the passage "Alice Paul and the Struugles for Women 's Suffrage" by an unknown author. This author aurges about the womens right to vote in the late 1940s. According to the article it states, "As the U.S. Constitution was written, it did not give women the right to vote. Women gained the right to vote in 1920 when the states ratified the 19th Amendment." Here the author is saying that woman 's did not gain any right to vote in anything until 1920, giving…show more content…
To see how segregation was in the 1800s, the article "From Briggs v. Elliott to Brown v Bored of Education" by an unknown author explains how whites had more than blacks back then, trying to make it equal so that the blacks had as much as the whites. According to the article it states,"This also meant that if a state or a local school board built a school for white children, the state or school board was bound by the U.S. Constitution to build a school for black children. This racist policy is called "separate but equal. '" Here the author is saying that if a school was built for the whites then it was an order for a school to be built for the blacks, even if they were separate and not in the same schools, they still had to be equal one way, because eduaction is important to childrens. Futhermore, the article states, "African American parents in South Carolina wanted their children to have the same services and schools with the same quality as the white children... In 1947, DeLaine and the parents ' group sued Clarendon County School District #22 and asked for a bus for black students. The court dismissed the case based on a technicality, but the parents did not give up." Here the author is saying that African Americans parents wanted their children to have more of a service and school quality as the whites did, so that they know their children 's matter. EdLaine was a Liberty Hill Elementary School teacher, who had worked with the parents and the (NAACP). He and the parents had sued because the black kids did not have a bus, but the court had dismissed the case, which meant to the parents not to give up to keep trying because they wanted their children to have as much equality as the whites. The differences in both of the articles, "Alice Paul and the Struugles for Women 's Suffrage" and in "From Briggs v. Elliott to Brown v Bored of Education" is that one talks about women 's right to vote, and the other talks about colored children having equal

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