Austin martin not matthew starling!!!!!!! (who is a faggot)

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Austin martin not matthew starling!!!!!!! (who is a faggot)

  1. 1. By Austin Martin& Matthew Starling Mrs. Washington Government 1-31-13
  2. 2. Lee v. Macon
  3. 3. When did this case take place?• Case filed on January of 1963• Plaintiffs filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in July of 1963• Motion granted by the district judge in the following August• Also a general desegregation plan was ordered to be submitted by December of 1963• They were still denying Negros of entering schools on September 9, 1963• The court ordered a restraining order in February of 1964 to allow them to enter
  4. 4. Who was involved in this case?• Anthony T. LEE and Henry A. Lee, by Detroit Lee and Hattie M. Lee, their parents and next friends, et al., Plaintiffs,• United States of America, Plaintiff and Amicus Curiae,• v.• MACON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION et al., Defendants.
  5. 5. What was this case about?• African Americans were still being denied access to go to school, and Wallace still didn’t want to desegregate schools.• The case was about their right to go to school and their right to privacy• The case is still in use today, and is taught to teachers every year
  6. 6. Where did this court case take place?• It took place in Tuskegee, Macon County, Alabama• It takes effect in all of Alabama currently
  7. 7. Why did this happen?• The students parents wanted their children to have the best education possible• Desegregation had taken place in most of the United States, yet Alabama had still not caught up with the program• Wallace didn’t want to desegregate the school system and tried everything in his power to prevent it
  8. 8. How was the verdict decided?• There was a restraining order placed• Parents pursued their goal to achieve righteousness until accomplished• Press became involved and broadcasted it until others joined their cause• The grand Jury discussed the circumstances and ruled in their favor
  9. 9. Our opinion• Alabama was behind the program and it was only a matter of time before the case arose• Civil Rights were achieved and it plays an important part still in our life today
  10. 10. Bibliography• http://www.justice.gov/crt/about/edu/document• http://www.fredgray.net/background.html• http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=

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