Important Supreme Court Cases

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The Supreme Court made several cases have wonderful endings. The first case that was brought to the Supreme Court was Scott vs Sanford. Another was Plessy vs Ferguson. A third case was Brown vs Board of Education. All three cases had an ending that changed the way the civil rights were made. Three Supreme Court decisions influenced the civil rights by encouraging sit-ins at restaurants and boycotts, changing school rules and discrimination laws, and even changing the way whites thought of blacks. Blacks were harassed and embarrassed in front of whites. Courts were getting involved, and they said it was fine, until the Supreme Court was involved, then they got control over what was right and what was wrong (Plessy Vs. Ferguson). This court overruled smaller court cases and said the argument was wrong. Cases were then influencing civil rights by making schools let any…show more content…
Yes of course, the Supreme Court made several cases have wonderful endings. The first case that was brought to the Supreme Court was Scott vs Sanford. Another was Plessy vs Ferguson. A third case was Brown vs Board of Education. All three cases had an ending that changed the way the civil rights were made. Three Supreme Court decisions influenced the civil rights by encouraging discrimination laws to change, and even changing the way whites thought of blacks. At the end of the civil rights movement, most were overjoyed, and others were not at all even a little happy. All the blacks were very glad that they got out of slavery and abolition forever. But some whites were out to get them still, and some of them were sent to jail for treating blacks wrong. Once abolition laws were in place, a guarantee was said that all blacks were free from abolition. But most blacks that had experience with whites said they would never forgive the whites. So, after the years of trouble, all blacks were free. But people out to get them still remained "not captured" (All 3 Supreme

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